Letter: Gammell for City Council

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To the Editor:

I am writing this letter in support of Keifer Gammell who is running for City Council in the city of North
Adams.

Keifer graduated from MCLA in 2011. He was involved in the Student Government, the Pi Epsilon Pi Fraternity and was a peer adviser among many other things. After graduating, he was very visible and active in the community. Having graduated from MCLA, he feels the importance for the students of MCLA to become involved here in North Adams and want to stay here after their education.

Keifer currently works for Mass MoCA as visitor services manager. He attends every event here in North Adams. He’s always willing to listen to people’s thoughts and ideas which is very important.

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.

Gloria Felix
North Adams, Mass.

 

 

 


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North Adams Council OKs Stop Sign on East Main Street

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The busy intersection at East Main, Pleasant and Miner is expected to become a three-way stop.
 
The City Council last week passed to a second reading an ordinance to install a new stop sign on the westbound lane of East Main Street so that drivers coming down the hill will have to pause before entering the intersection.
 
There are already stop signs on Miner and Pleasant streets. East Main has been the right of way and will continue to be so in the eastbound lane.
 
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