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Berkshire Force 12U Squad Wins Pair

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The Berkshire Force 12-and-under travel softball team opened the fall ball season on Sunday by beating the Saratoga Thunder, 10-7, and Guilderland, 20-1.
 
Against Saratoga, Mia DeJesus threw four solid innings in the circle, and Cheyann Goddard turned a double play at short with the bases loaded to end the fourth inning.
 
Audrianna Pelkey and Hailey Armold each doubled to lead the offense.
 
Against Guilderland, Armold and Goddard each went 3-for-3 with an RBI. DeJesus and Paxton Ebling each was 3-for-3, and Pelkey doubled in a run.
 
Gionnah Levardi earned the win in the circle, striking out two and recording five assists.
 
The Force U12 team includes Paxton Ebling, Cheyann Goddard, Mia DeJesus, Audrianna Pelkey, Audrina Maloney, Hailey Armold, Nevaeh Lopez, Gionnah Levardi, Grace Julieano, Ja'Leah Rosa, Bri Lynch and Ella Stodden.
 
 
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Pittsfield Subcommittee Makes Changes to Sewer & Drains Amendment

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Ordinance and Rules Subcommittee recommended a sewer and drains amendment and also to maintain City Council checks and balances from the original ordinance. 
 
The subcommittee voted unanimously Monday to send the amended ordinance to the full council, leaving in some sections that would allow the City Council to request reports and approve fine structures.
 
"I think we can make some small changes to make everyone happy while giving you some more flexibility while still having the council involved in making sure things are kosher," committee member Earl Persip said. 
 
Public Services Commissioner Ricardo Morales said the proposed changes will align the city with the Department of Environmental Protection and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency corrective actions issued in 2011 for the Capacity Management Operation Maintenance (CMOM). Among other changes, acceptance also would reduce the State Revolving Fund loan interest rate to 0 percent.
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