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Evidence of landscape work under way in the bus loop in front of the new academic wing, at rear, was visible on the Mount Greylock campus on Friday.

Mount Greylock Offices Relocated for Summer

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School District on Monday closed the campus of the middle-high school to the public until some time in August as it wraps up the addition/renovation project.
 
With the snow-delayed end of the school year finally arriving, the district has turned the grounds over to Turner Construction and its subcontractors, who will begin demolishing the 1960s-era academic wings, redoing the parking lot and putting the finishing touches on the three-story addition where students will begin class in September.
 
All of the district's and middle-high school's offices have been temporarily relocated off campus according to a note posted on the district's website.
 
The superintendent's office, office of pupil personnel services, business office and principal's office have been relocated to Williamstown Elementary School and will be open for business on Tuesday, the website states.
 
Mount Greylock office staff working during the summer break can be reached at 413-458-2356.

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Williamstown Playground Project Nearing Completion

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — After more than a year of planning, fund-raising and advocacy, efforts to rebuild a town playground are in the homestretch.
 
Last week, the poured rubber surfacing was scheduled to be laid at the new playground at Linear Park, off Water Street, and one of the volunteers helping lead the project said the hope is that the site will be ready for youngsters before the end of the fall.
 
"It's starting to look like a playground," Amy Jeschawitz said as she surveyed the partially installed equipment that will be finished off once the rubber padding and wood fiber infill are installed.
 
The brightly-colored, modern play pieces are a far cry from the dated equipment at the park just a couple of years ago, when a safety inspection found deficiencies at the town facility.
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