BRIG President Joins LPL's Chairman's Club

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — David Milligan, an independent LPL Financial advisor and President of Balance Rock Investment Group, announced his inclusion in LPL's Chairman's Club. 
 
This is presented to less than 5 percent of the firm's more than 17,000  financial advisors nationwide.
 
"On behalf of LPL, I congratulate Dave on reaching this milestone in their professional career," said Angela Xavier, LPL executive vice president, Independent Advisor Services. "Business owners, American investors and industries at large faced extraordinary challenges throughout  2020. In the advisor-mediated financial advice market, investors showed how much value they place on a trusting relationship with a financial advisor. We applaud Dave for his commitment to clients and resiliency as a business owner, and we are inspired by his dedication to making a meaningful impact in the lives of his clients. It is an honor to support Dave and wish his entire  team continued success as they continue to add value for clients and in their business in the years  ahead." 
 
Balance Rock Investment Group includes two financial advisors and four support staff that provide an array of financial products and services that best serve their clients' needs, including retirement and financial planning, individual money management, individual stocks and bonds, mutual funds, annuities, and more. Milligan is affiliated with LPL Financial, the nation's largest independent broker-dealer. 
 
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Berkshires Gets Limited Vaccine Doses; Named 'High-Efficiency Collaborative'

By Brittany PolitoiBerkshires Staff
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — COVID-19 vaccine shipments expected early last week were delayed because of inclement weather and were smaller than expected, leaving Berkshire County shorthanded. And a "very limited" amount of vaccines was available for appointment first-dose slots on Wednesday.  
 
"This week, Massachusetts received 139,000 doses," Mayor Linda Tyer said to the City Council on Tuesday. "That's it, we have a million potential new residents who are eligible, but for the week we received 139,000 doses."
 
Public Health Program Manager Laura Kittross said there is limited access everywhere and doesn't expect this to be an ongoing issue.  She hopes to see additional vaccine allocations later this week and is "certainly hopeful for next week."
 
On Thursday, there were very limited first-dose clinic at Berkshire Community College from 2 to 5 with 300 appointments available to eligible individuals. The North Adams and Great Barrington vaccination sites will also hold first-dose clinics on Thursday, offering 250 doses each. All of those were gone by late afternoon on Wednesday.
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