Letter: Gammell Would Be Asset on Council

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To the Editor:

We write today to express our support for Keifer Gammell, North Adams City Council candidate.

After graduating from MCLA in 2011, Keifer quickly found ways to be involved in North Adams. He was always eager to help out with any task no matter how big or small. His unique skill set and community involvement is impressive especially for someone who is only 28 years old.

One instance that stands out to us was two single day music events in 2012 called "MyGlo." Keifer and another MCLA alumnus, Jon Del Sordo, approached us to collaborate on the event. My Glo, held at The Range, brought in community members, MCLA students and even some tourism. The event would not have happened without his understanding of
collaboration and time management.

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.

Karen and David Bond
North Adams, Mass.

 

 


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Plans presented to the Planning Board in 2018.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The McDonald's on Union Street is in the process of being renovated inside and out with a more contemporary look. 
 
The plans were approved in November 2018 by the Planning Board and include the removal of the mansard roof and construction of a new patio area in the front. 
 
The fast-food burger chain launched the new look two years ago with plans to invest $6 billion to renovate most of its 14,000 locations by the end of 2020.
 
Changes include modernized dining areas with new furniture and "globally and locally inspired décor," according the release announcing the building overhauls in 2018. 
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