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Lanesborough FinCom Supports Greylock Project; Questions Mall's Tax Future

The Finance Committee is recommending voters approve the Mount Greylock Regional High School Project. In a 3-2 vote, the committee supported the part-renovation and part-new construction of the secondary school. The project is will cost $64.8 million with the town paying about a third of the district's $32.3 million share with the state funding the rest.

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Lanesborough FinCom Supports New Capital Agreement With Williamstown

"If this does not pass, this would be detrimental to the town." — Paul Sieloff

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Lanesborough Selectmen Unsupportive of New Capital Agreement With Williamstown

"I'm not willing to give up on equity on tax-exempt properties." — Robert Ericson

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Mount Greylock Explains Apportionment Plan to Williamstown Selectmen

"One thing ... is making sure the agreement is equitable not only at the moment of bonding but making sure it's equitable dynamically." — Steven Miller

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Mount Greylock School Committee Talks Tax Equity, Response to Adams-Cheshire

The committee is developing a proposed amendment to the regional agreement that governs the junior-senior high school district.

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Lanesborough Selectmen Unhappy With Mount Greylock Budget Increases

"We have to draw a line somewhere." — Henry Sayers

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Mount Greylock Committee Votes Not to Make 'Devastating' Cuts

"A 2.37 percent increase, I think would be demoralizing." — Carolyn Greene

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BRPC Raising Community Assessments 2.5 Percent

"It will not solve the general fund's problem but we need to take every step possible to return it to a positive situation." — Nathaniel Karns

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Mount Greylock's Proposed Assessments Up More Than 4%

"These are significant increases, but they're not nearly as high as many of our peers in the county." — Carolyn Greene

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Dalton Select Board Balks at Proposed School Bill

"We cannot be supportive of this budget at this time." — Chairman John Boyle

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