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TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
Adams Selectmen Review Potential Tax, Fee Hikes
"We are losing out on $70,000 to $80,000 a year. It's not a lot of cash but it is additional money we don't have to put on the tax roll." — Skip Harrington

Williamstown CPC Recommends Requests to Town Meeting
"It's my observation of how this committee operates that it's easier to fund projects than not to fund them." — Jeffrey Thomas

Williamstown Community Preservation Committee Queries 2015 Applicants
"We always know what's being promised to be delivered. We're not getting that in this application." — Peter Fohlin

Williamstown CPC Fails in Bid to Lower Cable Mills Bond
"If there is any chance that those commitments will not be made and there's not a legal recourse to get them, the deal won't close." — David Traggorth

Williamstown Housing Trust Asked to Help With Cable Mills Bond
"We have a bunch of unknowns at this point."— Thomas Sheldon

Pittsfield Historical Commission Considers Expanded Role
"I think it's important for the Historical Commission to respond to the interest that has been expressed in the community." — John Dickson.

Cable Mills Developer Pushing for December 2015 Occupancy
"And we'll work right through the winter. ... We will have temporary heating and doing everything we can to keep things moving." — David Traggorth

Williamstown Community Preservation Panel OKs Five of Six Applicants
"I feel it's a cart-before-the-horse type of issue here." — Jeffrey Thomas

Minerva Arts Center Ready for Williamstown Panel's Questions
"We're in good shape to present to the best of our ability and our knowledge." — Kathleen O'Mara

Williamstown Community Preservation Panel Reviews Applicants
"As I've been involved in affordable housing for the last six or seven years, it's a very, very complicated world." — Catherine Yamamoto

Housing, Arts Projects Apply for Williamstown CPA Funds
The town on Monday posted online six applications that total $510,571. Last year, town meeting approved $292,000 in CPA awards

Higher Ground Group Asks for $100,000 from Williamstown Housing Trust
"We need to show a credible and a viable financing plan with local support." — Mollye Wolahan

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