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TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
Williamstown Forums Focus on Elections, Mount Greylock Building Project
"The best way to proceed with this project is to have as many voices as possible contribute." — Principal Mary MacDonald

Williamstown-Lanesborough Superintendent Pick: 'Commitment to Education' in Towns
"Had I landed at any one of them, I could have done well. Union 71 and Mount Greylock resonated with me the most." — Douglas Dias

Mount Greylock Regional Hosts Wellness Fair
Fresh fruits and vegetables were on the menu at Mount Greylock Regional School on Tuesday afternoon, but not the way you might think.

Williamstown-Lanesborough Elementaries OK Superintendent Contract
After an approximately 45-minute executive session to review the contract, the five committee members reconvened and voted on the agreement.

Mount Greylock After Prom Holds Online Auction
"The nice thing about this event now is after 22 years it's a staple of their Senior Week." — Elinor Goodwin

Mount Greylock Funding Request Explained to Williamstown Fin Comm
"We had some members of the committee who thought the budget was cut too much." — Carolyn Greene

Dias Selects Williamstown-Lanesborough; Contract Signing Set
"I think with the enthusiasm and interest Dr. Dias has shown, he is going to able to hit the ground running." &mdash Carolyn Greene

Lanesborough-Williamstown Officials Hopeful of School Leader
"Both Union 71 and MG have met in executive session to discuss contract parameters and are in agreement as to the terms." — Carolyn Greene

Architects Make Presentation to Mount Greylock Building Committee
"It's important to talk to both towns, both communities. We want to understand what the issues are from multiple perspectives." — Joe Drown

Lanesborough-Williamstown Superintendent Choice 'Pleased' to Negotiate
Douglas Dias has told officials ... that he "would be pleased to enter negotiations with" the Tri-District.

Mount Greylock Architect to Give Presentation Thursday
"The more minds we tap, the better the investment we will make." — Chairman Mark Schiek

Mount Greylock School Committee Votes to Send Towns Higher Budget
"If that's the will of the committee, that's a discussion we'll have on the floor of town meeting." — Carolyn Greene

Williamstown-Lanesborough Offers Superintendent Post to Medway Principal
"I think we need to act expeditiously." — Rich Cohen

Williamstown Native Seeks Support for Film Project
"I'm just so myopic. I just want to see it get made. I just want to see it." — Matt Bosson

Williamstown-Lanesborough Superintendent Finalists Named
It is possible but unlikely that the committees will choose to select a candidate on Monday night.

Mount Greylock School Committee Asks for Options to Add to Budget
"Ask for the money you need. Don't shortchange this set of kids coming in to make sure you get the building project." — Hugh Daley

Mount Greylock School Budget Cuts Criticized
"If we sent our students to any of the other surrounding high schools, our tax base would be devastated." — Richard Cohen

Lanesborough Administrator: Override May Be Avoided
"The interesting wild card is the elementary school budget, which brings into play the override situation." — Paul Sieloff

Mount Greylock Presents Budget to Williamstown Fin Comm
"We're anticipating the need to cut drastically to meet a very specific request to come in at a 1 percent increase for Lanesborough." — Carolyn Greene

Williamstown Fin Comm Talks Mount Greylock Budget, Historical Museum Move
"The Williamstown Historical Museum is the custodian of the town's history." — Peter Fohlin

Mount Greylock Committee Sends Preliminary Budget to Towns
"If the state doesn't kick it in, it throws it over to the towns and the towns need to kick it in." — Lynn Bassett

Lanesborough Says Override Only Option To Fund Mount Greylock Request
"We don't really have an option at that point." — Paul Sieloff

Lanesborough School Affiliation Research Group Wraps Up Study
"We're trying to help get everybody moving in the same direction." — John Goerlach.

Mount Greylock Committee Votes Not to Make 'Devastating' Cuts
"A 2.37 percent increase, I think would be demoralizing." — Carolyn Greene

Guest Column: Mount Greylock Budget Cuts Would Be Catastrophic
To provide a snapshot of what Mount Greylock would look like at diminishing levels of revenue, further reductions were proposed in phases.

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