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TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
Mount Greylock School Committee to Feature One November Race
There are two seats for Lanesborough residents and three for Williamstown residents to be decided when voters of the two towns go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 4.

Fuls Named to Mount Greylock School Committee
"Seeing that Mr. Fuls is here and has answered questions, I'm going to vote for Mr. Fuls." — Adam Filson

Thanksgiving Day for Mount Greylock Grads
"Senior year has fully molded us into a class: into six years of history and learning that will be in our memories forever." — James Dilthey

Mount Greylock Feasibility Study Question Put to Lanesborough Voters
"I think what happens when you get into a conversation with a lot of people is they realize something has to be done with the building." — Mark Schiek

School Committee 'Summit' Brings Mount Greylock, SU71 together
"I have to say that the foundations of the relationship [between Williamstown and Lanesborogh] have been seriously shaken." &mdash Rose Ellis

Williamstown Overwhelmingly Backs Mount Greylock Feasibility Study
"I think the fact that it was unanimous ... is an affirmation that people understand that something needs to be done." — Carolyn Greene

Mount Greylock Tries to Avoid Slippery Floors as Temps Rise
"We want to be proactive now, and we have a number of interventions in place." — Rose Ellis

Mount Greylock School Committee Nominees Sought
Three current members of the seven-person committee have announced they will not seek re-election on Tuesday, Nov. 4.

Mount Greylock Submits Higher Enrollment Number to MSBA
"We just have to make the best decision we can with the information we have. — Carolyn Greene

Hancock Voters Decide to Stay With Mount Greylock
"However it's voted tonight, the School Committee is going to have to deal with it in the future." — Moderator Brian Fairbank

Mount Greylock Building Committee: Small Window of Opportunity
"If we don't jump at it, it goes away." &mash; Ron Turbin

Williamstown Selectmen Reaffirm Housing Decision
"I don't think we should flatter ourselves with the idea that everyone who works in Williamstown wants to live in Williamstown." — Jane Allen

Mount Greylock's Enrollment Projection Debated in Subcommittee
"Those students are not 'choice.' They're an obligation. We call them choice because that's the funding stream." — David Langston

Mount Greylock Enrollment Question Still at Issue
"In 2012, MSBA decided to change its procedure and settle the enrollment first. Now is the time to settle the enrollment." — Carolyn Greene

Mount Greylock Committee Rejects Enrollment Recommendation
"You have to essentially be willing to say, yes, we could be a two-member town only." — Carolyn Greene   1 Comment

Lanesborough Digs Into Police, Fire, Highway Budgets
"There were a lot of cuts that were made that were painful." — Robert Ericson

Mount Greylock Alum Jaffe Returns to Perform Benefit Concert
"I just generally hope people will get excited about the schools." — Ben Jaffe

Mount Greylock Building Committee: Keep Choice, Tuition Students
"The idea that not proceeding with the feasibility study is a zero-cost option is a fantasy." — David Langston

Article Asks Hancock Voters To Pull Out of Mount Greylock
"The cost of education has skyrocketed. Mount Greylock is pushing $16,000. McCann is $19,400. That's MCLA money." — Sherman Derby

Choice, Tuition Students at Issue at Mount Greylock Enrollment Forum
"We are subsidizing other community's children." — Lanesborough resident Ray Jone

Mount Greylock Trims Budget in Response to Lanesborough Meeting
"Since we went to that meeting on Thursday, we've been scurrying around to figure out where we get another $100,000." — Rose Ellis

Lanesborough Tells Mount Greylock To Cut Budget Proposal
"We won't put forth a 4 percent increase to the voters. I don't know where it will be, but it won't be 4 percent." — Bill Stevens

Lanesborough Examining High School Options
"You just can't look at this as a day-to-day decision." — Paul Sieloff   1 Comment

Williamstown Selectmen Updated on Mount Greylock Enrollment Numbers
"Historically, because we have a large building and a declining population, we fill with school choice." — Carolyn Greene

Mount Greylock Spring Musical Takes the '62 MainStage
"We're having to get used to the larger atmosphere. There's still a few rough spots but we'll have them all ironed out." — Mount Greylock senior Schuyler Burbank

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