Obama To Install 2,500 Gallon Commercial-Grade Propane Tank For Martha’s Vineyard Estate

Former President Barack Obama has made an unusual request to install a massive 2,500 gallon commercial-grade propane tank at his Martha’s Vineyard estate, according to reports.

From the MV Times:

The select board approved a request for a 2,500-gallon commercial propane tank for 79 Turkeyland Cove Road in Katama — owned by former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. 

“We’ve never had a private propane tank come to us,” said select board member Arthur Smadbeck, with select board member Michael Donaroma noting a private-residence propane tank is typically a fraction of the quantity being requested. 

The Obama’s are also building a mansion in Hawaii.

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The report come as a top energy grid operator warns that much of U.S. could face “forced” widespread energy blackouts in the face of high demand as the summer season bears down.

Biden’s shutdown of domestic energy production in the name of “climate change” has caused oil and natural gas prices to skyrocket over the last year, with gas now at a record-high $5-per-gallon national average.

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The Edgartown select board was provided with an update on the Memorial Wharf construction, which was expected to be completed by Memorial Day but has experienced delays. Town administrator James Hagerty said the project should be completed by June 15, adding that the Memorial Wharf committee will be meeting Wednesday at 12 pm, and will be able to provide a more precise update.

Hagerty said that remote select board meetings are set to expire July 15; however, he said, “within the Senate, there was a state budget amendment to allow remote meetings to occur through Dec. 31, 2022.” Considering the ongoing pandemic and the Island continuing to be at risk, Hagerty said, “If I was a betting person, I’d say that was going to happen.” 

The select board approved a request for a 2,500-gallon commercial propane tank for 79 Turkeyland Cove Road in Katama — owned by former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. “We’ve never had a private propane tank come to us,” said select board member Arthur Smadbeck, with select board member Michael Donaroma noting a private-residence propane tank is typically a fraction of the quantity being requested. 

Additional personnel appointments were made, including Scott Ellis to the Memorial Wharf committee, to replace Rick Hamilton; Hilary Grannis as an alternate to the historic district commission; and seasonal traffic officers Troy Vanderhoop, Zachary Moreis, Gabriel Brito, and Donna Lyons. 

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