Decisions will have to be made by this City Council and will face many challenges over the next couple years. I am writing this letter to endorse Marie Harpin for City Council because I feel she will best represent tough decisions that will have to be made with the residents in mind. She also will work with our next mayor and City Council to bring new ideas and energy to the table.
I have gotten to know Tom well over the past eight years and have come to respect his knowledge, willingness to listen, thoroughness and thoughtfulness. Tom has a passion for North Adams that starts with his family and extends to the community as a whole.
Keifer has also shown his ability to work along with other communities through his job at Mass MoCA. I urge the people of North Adams to vote for Keifer Gammell in the upcoming election on Nov. 7 and give him the opportunity to help the City of the North Adams to grow.
Keifer is equipped with knowledge and connections at MCLA, Mass MoCA, The North Adams Chamber and the North Adams Farmers market. These connections along with his commitment to his community would make Keifer Gammell a tremendous asset to the North Adams City Council.
As the campaign has progressed and tough questions have come forward I have witnessed Tom in professional mode. His thorough and deliberate manner along with his ability to seek council from many sources really showed me how he will handle the complex decisions a mayor has to make.
I am writing in support of Marie Harpin candidate for North Adams City Council. Marie is a lifelong resident of the city of North Adams, educated in local schools and a graduate of McCann Technical School. She received her bachelor's and MBA from MCLA.
It is time for Berkshire County and the commonwealth of Massachusetts to move forward and think about the citizens and not the insiders. Christine Canning will help drain the Swamp on Beacon Hill, not join it.
We are artists, small business owners, parents, and Berkshire community members, and we support the Berkshire Museum's bold plan and vibrant vision to bring the museum into the 21st century so it can continue to creatively serve all of us.
Although Mass MoCA painted over the school children's historic depictions of Northern Berkshire mill
workers and the textile dolls on the pillars on Marshall Street in North Adams, to our knowledge the
issue still remains unresolved.
Never heard of a Bronze Award? You're not alone - and based on many social media posts and comments following the announcement of the Boy Scouts of America's decision to allow girls into Boy Scouting, it's clear there are a lot of misconceptions about what Girl Scouting offers girls.