"I was jogging one day, and I took my life in my hands to go down South Street to Gale Road." — Elizabeth McGowan
Next week, a local non-profit raising money to support the project will pull a lucky raffle ticket worth $500.
"It's really progressing well." &mdahs; Elton Ogden
"There's a lot more of Williamstown than the Williamstown that's within a five-minute drive of the library." — Pat Leach
"I think we need to make the community know that these meetings are open to the whole community, especially as we look at specific topics." — Dr. Thomas Hyde
“Just 18 months ago, this process started. And there is building going on. Frankly, that is half the usual time.” — Elton Ogden
The homes were left behind by residents who have begun to vacate the park.
"And we'll work right through the winter. ... We will have temporary heating and doing everything we can to keep things moving." — David Traggorth
"It was in response to concerns of people who live on that side of the road about flooding coming down Luce Road." — Timothy Kaiser
"There are still some hurdles to overcome. But we're definitely on the downslope." — Elton Ogden
"This project scored very high in our scoring criteria. We considered it a high-priority need." — Aaron Gornstein
"We consider this a very high-priority project. That's why we funded it." — Aaron Gornstein on Highland Woods
"The intersection is we are required by the FEMA grant to be finished by March 28 or 29 of 2016." — Peter Fohlin
"It's like losing an old friend, really." — Arthur Smith
"Extraordinary is a great word when we think about where we are." — Mollye Wolahan
"We will get through this. We will find them all a decent, safe and sanitary place to live." — Trish P. Smith
"She conducted a good two-way conversation that led me to believe we'll be able to work with her." — Peter Fohlin
"It's good news. Don't worry about the tears." — Selectmen Chairwoman Jane Allen
"We will be done with this project and ready to move in by then." — Marc Sternick
"This is just the beginning. Now the hard part starts." — Town Manager Peter Fohlin
"I hope people don't have special town meeting fatigue." — Chairwoman Jane Allen
Voting "yes" on all three articles is important to both the town of Williamstown and the residents of the Spruces Mobile Home Park.
The warrant for the town's latest special town meeting were approved last week by the Selectmen.
"And that's not writing a letter that says, 'I support this.' That's putting your money where your mouth is." — Suzanne Kemple