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TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
Williamstown Planning Board Looking at Subdivision Rules
"Another group of people I've found is older, long-term Williamstown people who are 'tired of those landscape bills.'" — Ann McCallum

Adams Board May Hire Lawyer for Complicated Housing Cases
"It seems as though lately our defendants are getting more and more combative and cases are getting a little more complicated." — Scott Koczela

Williamstown Senior Housing Project Awaits Funds, Plans to Break Ground
"Our plan is to use interim financing and bridge financing to start before we close on the permanent financing." - Elton Ogden

Pittsfield Lakefront Property Being Developed on Churchill Street
The first lot is currently listed on the market for about $400,000; lots 2,3 and 4 are listed at just short $500,000 while lot 5 is listed for $1 million.

Dalton, Adams, Richmond, Great Barrington Seek Housing Grant
"We fully expect there will be some other communities that will carry this out." — Nathanial Karns

North Adams Housing Agency Awaits Report On Energy Contractor
"And at this point we have a little bit of a situation with them where they're not performing in year one." — Chris Tremblay

Pittsfield Developers Unveil Notre Dame School Renovations
"We did our best to keep the historical integrity." — Craig Barnum

Williamstown Residents Share Thoughts About Water Street Lot
"Different people want different kinds of housing." — Connie Kruger

Pittsfield Landlord Facing Discrimination Charges
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development filed charges against Laura Hazen for allegedly refusing to have an apartment inspected for lead so a child under the age of 6could live in the rental unit.

Williamstown Development Subject of 'Listening Session'
"The college probably has a stronger stake than we do." — Jennifer Civello

Once Blighted Properties in Adams Find New Life
"We are definitely making progress with blight." — Scott Koczela

Habitat For Humanity Seeking Applicants, Volunteers For Next House
"There's so many people who deserve a home." — board President Paul Austin

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