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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