Letter: Williamstown Planning Board Election

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To the Editor:

Congratulations! Perhaps more townspeople will just say "No" to the progressing destruction of a lovely, traditional New England town. Current zoning restrictions are the result of careful deliberations. and have been time honored and starting this current ADU proposal with a questionable premise as to need, should be discussed thoroughly.

Rich Alley


Williamstown, Mass. 

 

 

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Habitat, Affordable Housing Trust Break Ground on Williamstown Project

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff

The two houses to be built on the land will be similar and style and were designed by architect Dana Bixby of Stockbridge.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Meghan Gleason didn't think she had a chance at a house. 
 
She got the application to apply for a Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity house only three days before it was due. But she got some extra time to complete all the necessary paperwork. 
 
"And then all of a sudden, we had a home interview, and then all of a sudden, we had a second interview," an elated Gleason said. "And then I had a break at work and got a phone call and they said, 'Hey, we want to offer you this house in Williamstown,' and it was just unreal. Unreal."
 
That house came closer to reality on Sunday afternoon when Gleason and Neil DeCarolis broke ground on a new home for their family with some two dozen friends and officials in attendance. 
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