Pittsfield Community Development Approves Pair of Subdivisions

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Mitchell Boraski represented Leon Mongue at the Tuesday morning meeting.

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Community Development Board gave the go-ahead to a pair of subdivisions during a brief meeting Tuesday morning.

The board ruled that subdivision approvals are not needed for property on Deming Street and another one at the intersection of Mill and Hawthorne streets.

The latter is in between the Mill Street dam and commercial buildings on Hawthorne. The property is owned by Leo Nash Realty.

The other parcel, at 82 Deming, owned by Leon Mongue, was won through a court settlement. It is located near the intersection of Deming and East Housatonic streets.

The committee had only three of five board members present — Carolyn Valli, Craig Strassel and David Hathaway.

The votes were unanimous and the meeting took only 10 minutes or so.


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