Pittsfield Cooperative Bank Appoints Assistant Vice President-Small Business Manager for the Bank’s Lending Division

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. J. Jay Anderson, president and CEO of the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank, announced the appointment of Dana C. Robb to the position of Assistant Vice President-Small Business Manager for the bank's lending division.
Robb joins the bank with many years of experience in the banking industry working for Berkshire Bank for over 15 years.
"The Pittsfield Cooperative Bank is elated to have Dana as part of our Lending Division," Anderson said. “His extensive background and broad knowledge of the financial industry strengthens our core team as we work towards expanding our business portfolio."
As Assistant Vice President/Small Business Manager, Robb will be responsible for business development including acquisition, retention and expansion of new relationships with small businesses.
Robb attended SUNY Cortland and is a graduate of the 2016 Berkshire Leadership Program. Committed to his community, he serves on the Board of Governors at the Dalton Community Recreation Center.
Robb will be located in the Bank's 70 South St. location.
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Mayor Tyer Reviving 'At Home in Pittsfield' Program

By Brittany PolitoiBerkshires Staff
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — More than a year after it was rejected by the City Council, Mayor Linda Tyer has revived her At Home housing renovation program.
The initiative was referred on Tuesday to the subcommittee of Economic and Community Development. Tyer is asking for appropriation of $500,000 from the Pittsfield Economic Development Fund for the residential Exterior Home Improvement Loan Program.
The mayor pitched this program in February 2019 to help eligible residents improve their homes. This program would will provide zero-interest loans to residents for undertaking certain home improvement projects in an effort to improve the housing stock in the city.
Tyer originally asked for $250,000 from the General Electric account to kickstart the program so that homeowners could then get loans of up to 10 percent of the appraised value after renovations or a maximum of $20,000.
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