Attorneys Vhay and Moore represent the Steamship Authority

Ferriter Scobbo attorneys Michael Vhay and Valerie Moore represented the Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority in a recent hearing on objections to the Authority’s plans to rebuild its Woods Hole ferry terminal. The multimillion dollar project includes reconstructing and realigning the three boat slips at the ferry terminal, demolishing the existing terminal and excavating a large portion of the existing wharf. Although the first phase of the project is underway, thirteen residents objected to the Department of Environmental Protection’s preliminary waterways license approval for the Project. Attorneys Vhay and Moore moved for and were granted an expedited hearing and decision on the residents’ challenges. A DEP administrative law judge presided over the hearing last week and is expected to decide the case this spring. For more information about this matter please contact Mike Vhay or Valerie Moore