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Have something to say? Here's how to get in touch with your local officials, both on the national and state level.

 

U.S. Senate

Markey, Edward
202-224-2742
www.markey.senate.gov

Warren, Elizabeth
202-224-4543
www.warren.senate.gov

 

U.S. House of Representatives

Neal, Richard
202-225-5601
https://neal.house.gov/

 

State Senate

Hinds, Adam
617-722-1625
413-344-4561

 

State Representative

Barrett, John
617-722-2305
 
Farley-Bouvier, Tricia
Tricia.Farley-Bouvier@mahouse.gov
617-722-2240
413-442-4300
 
Mark, Paul
Paul.Mark@mahouse.gov
617-722-2692
413-464-5635

Pignatelly, William 'Smitty'
rep.smitty@mahouse.gov
617-722-2017
413-637-0015
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Wheeler's Market Manager Awaits Approval of Alcohol Licenses

By Brittany PolitoiBerkshires Staff
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Licensing Board approved the transfer of two alcohol licenses to the new owner of Wheeler's Market contingent on receiving legal information from the applicant's attorney regarding the rules around holding a pouring and a package store license at the same time.
 
Raj Patel of Wheeler's Market Inc. was before the board on Monday for approval of the transfer of both an annual wine and malt package store license and a seasonal all-alcohol package store license from Desiderata Packaged Goods LLC contingent on his attorney providing this information.
 
The board, consisting of Chairman Thomas Campoli, Vice Chairman Richard Stockwell, Dennis Powell, Dina Lampiasi, and Kathleen Amuso were hesitant to make the final approval without this contingency.
 
Wheeler's Market sits across from Pontoosuc lake, offering everything from convenience items to fresh made sandwiches. It has been owned for about a decade by Gregory Babich. Patel, of Seekonk, is purchasing the property and assets for $649,000 according to documents filed with the board. 
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