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Habitat, Affordable Housing Trust Break Ground on Williamstown Project

DeCarolis and Gleason turned over the first sod though not easily and officials and board members took turns at the shovels as well. Gleason posed with a large sign with the date and plans to continue that practice to mark the project's progress.

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Habitat for Humanity Aims to Break Ground on Williamstown Project in Spring

Habitat for Humanity, which was chosen by the town's Affordable Housing Trust to build two single-family homes at the corner of Cole Avenue and Maple Street, is looking for help from a local resident or business.

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Williamstown Housing Trust Decides on Two Houses at Cole-Maple Property

The Affordable Housing Trust voted to let Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity to proceed with a plan to build two houses on a Cole Avenue lot. The nonprofit had applied to build three single-family homes.

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Williamstown Housing Trust to Make Decision Thursday on Cole Ave. Property

After January's community forum where a number of neighbors objected to the idea of three homes on the parcel, Habitat came back to the Affordable Housing Trust for direction before the non-profit goes any further in its design process.

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Neighbors Raise Objection to Three-House Plan for Cole Avenue Parcel

Habitat for Humanity in December discussed with the Affordable Housing Trust subdividing the parcel to create a third lot, a division that would be easier under the commonwealth's Chapter 40B provision, which gives relief from local zoning to subsidized housing projects.

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Habitat for Humanity Explains Plan for Williamstown Lot

Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity Building Project Manager Paul Austin explained how the group plans to build three two-story homes of about 1,200-square feet, subdividing the lot into three separate housing parcels.

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