Pittsfield Cooperative Bank Taps Vice President of Commercial Lending

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Brad Felix has been appointed to the position of vice president in the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank’s Commercial Lending Department. 

Felix, a seasoned veteran in commercial lending, joins the Pittsfield Cooperative with 15 years of experience in the banking industry working for Greylock Federal Credit Union.  

"The Pittsfield Cooperative Bank is elated to have Brad as part of our commercial lending team," said J. Jay Anderson, president and CEO. "His extensive lending background and broad knowledge of the Berkshire County market strengthens our core team as we work toward expanding our commercial portfolio."

As vice president of commercial lending, Felix will focus on expanding the commercial client base and offering flexible lending programs to area businesses. 

The Pittsfield Cooperative Bank's Lending Department is located at the main office, 70 South St. in Pittsfield. Offering competitive pricing and loan products. Felix, along with the rest of the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank’s dedicated team of lending professionals, will continue to provide the exceptional service and support that business clients have come to know and trust even during this extraordinary time.


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Pittsfield City Council Wades Back Into Trash Solutions

By Brittany PolitoiBerkshires Staff

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — "Trash talk" is back on the agenda at City Council.

President Peter Marchetti and Councilors at Large Pete White and Earl Persip requested that the City Council implement a "pay as you throw" system to solve the ongoing solid waste issue Pittsfield has grappled with for years.  

Ward 7 Councilor Anthony Maffuccio made a motion to file this petition, which failed 3-8, with Maffuccio, Ward 2 Councilor Kevin Morandi, and Ward 4 Councilor Chris Connell voting in favor.

The PAYT trash proposal will be sent to the Committee of the Whole and there will be a presentation and debate on Wednesday, Feb. 10.

The council wants to make sure that the public's voices are heard on this topic and encourage them to call into the February Zoom meeting.

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