South Berkshire Development Corp. Honors Longtime Volunteer

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Peter Puciloski
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Peter Puciloski, of Lazan Glover and Puciloski LLP, has been honored by the Community Development Corp. of South Berkshires for his "dedication, expertise, and steady leadership" as Board President of the CDCSB. 
 
"I believe in the mission of CDCSB – to create a healthy, diverse, and sustainable community in south Berkshire County," Puciloski said. "I was honored to share my law and business expertise to help this important organization." 
 
Puciloski served as board president and was on the board for 13 years. 
 
CDCSB builds affordable housing and creates living-wage jobs by working collaboratively with town governments multiple state agencies and federal funding sources, and other local non-profits. 
 

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Mohawk Trail Woodlands Partnership Discusses Priorities for Forest Center

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The executive committee of the Mohawk Trail Woodlands Partnership on Thursday encouraged collaborators working on ideas for a forest center not to reinvent the wheel.
 
A pair of students in Williams College's Environmental Planning and Design program gave a presentation to the board about a survey they plan to assess priorities for the center, "an ambitious, somewhat nebulous concept right now but ... part of the enabling legislation establishing the partnership," according to the partnership's Chair Hank Art.
 
That legislation empowered a collaboration of 19 towns and cities in Berkshire and Franklin Counties to increase natural resource-based economic development and promote sustainable forestry practices in the region.
 
Sabrine Brismeur and Abby Matheny of Williams are working with the partnership to develop early concepts of what a permanent home for the MTWP might include and where it might be located.
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