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Sustainable Berkshires Hosts Small-Business Forums

05:02PM / Monday, March 12, 2012
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission and 1Berkshire Strategic Alliance, Inc. are hosting a set of forums aimed at identifying the economic development priorities for sole proprietors and small businesses (1-10 full-time employees) in Berkshire County.

March 14, 2012, 8-9  a.m.
Berkshire Life, 700 South St., Pittsfield

March 27, 2012, 8-9  a.m.
Ray Murray Inc.,  50 Limestone Road, Lee

April 3, 2012, 8-9 a.m.
The Porches Inn, 231 River St., North Adams

*Refreshments will be provided

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER or call Darci Toomey at 413-499-4000 x16 to register.

These forums are part of a series that will help shape the goals and policies for a new long-range strategic plan for the region, called Sustainable Berkshires

Spearheaded by the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission through a HUD Sustainable Communities Planning Grant, the goal is to foster collaborative action across the region to address the most pressing needs and take strategic steps to achieve goals for a vibrant future.

Because small businesses have a significant impact on the local economy, it is vital that we hear from small-business owners and incorporate your suggestions into the Sustainable Berkshires plan. Registration required

More information about the planning process can be found at www.sustainableberkshires.org. Contact BRPC or 1Berkshire for additional information on this project or the upcoming economic development sessions.

Berkshire Regional Planning: Amy Kacala, senior planner, project manager, at 413-442-1521, Ext. 12

 

1Berkshire Strategic Alliance Inc.: Pam Malumphy, economic development specialist, 413-499-4000, Ext. 21

 


Tags: Berkshire Regional Planning Commission,   economic development,   planning,   Sustainable Berkshires,   

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