Voting "yes" on all three articles is important to both the town of Williamstown and the residents of the Spruces Mobile Home Park.
The fact that the Selectmen were not available as a panel to address questions on the overall capital project and financial picture of the town was regrettable, but a clear symptom of the problem.
The biggest single savings we can get from doing a joint building is only having to buy one piece of land.
It matters mightily to the whole town to finally get this right.
I'm a big believer in sustainable and renewable energy sources and thus a pretty big supporter of wind and solar – they just make sense.
Although the article did not pass, we feel the discussion was an important discussion, and we learned a great deal from it.
As registered nurses, we have a professional obligation to advocate for our patients to ensure that they receive the care they deserve.
Given the changes in health care today, community hospitals in rural locations like NARH have to look at the care we provide differently – and from a more regional perspective.
Besides the FD's original warrant, there will likely be motions made about several different amended versions at tonight's meeting.
If there was a possibility of combining the two uses that can always be researched at a later date, after securing the property.
I like many others am disappointed that he didn't run this year but I'm sure we will hear from John Barrett again.