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Adams Community Bank Announces Two New Hires

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ADAMS, Mass. — Charles O'Brien, president, and CEO of Adams Community Bank, has announced the addition of Lisa Trybus as Senior Vice President of Retail Lending and Peter "Pete" Mirante as Vice President of Commercial Lending.
According to a press release, Lisa brings over 30 years of mortgage banking experience and previously served as VP, Mortgage Lending at Greylock Federal Credit Union. Lisa brings lending knowledge to Adams Community Bank. She is excited to join the executive team and oversee the lending department. 
Lisa is a graduate of the American Institute of Banking. She is a member of the Berkshire Compact Workforce Committee and the Lanesborough Holiday Tree Committee.
Pete brings more than 31 years of banking experience, including leading branch and sales administration at Greylock Federal Credit Union. Pete will use his years of sales and management experience to contribute to the growth and success of Adams Community Bank. 
Pete has served the community in various ways, including being the Trustee and Chair of the Finance Committee at Berkshire Community College,
serving on the Finance Committee and Board of Directors of the Northern Berkshire United Way, and Board Chairman of the Berkshire Family & Individual Resources (BFAIR).
"I am pleased to welcome Lisa and Pete to the Adams Community Bank family," O'Brien said. "Their combined 60 years in the banking industry paired with their strong community ties make them both invaluable additions to our strong team of community bankers."
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Adams Aiming for Summer Reopening of Public Buildings

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
ADAMS, Mass. — The town is hoping to fully reopen by July, depending on public health data.
Town Administrator Jay Green told the Select Board on Wednesday that although he does not foresee completely opening until the summer, he thought it was time to start planning.
Green said currently the town is in the yellow level of the state's COVID-19 categories and that he would not be comfortable opening until the town is consistently in the green or, even better, gray. The levels run from red for high transmission and positive cases to gray at the lowest level.
"As long as we are in the red or yellow, that indicates the presence of COVID-19 at a level that could promote community spread," Green said. "As you can see there are a lot of communities opening up, but we are a little behind. Is it conservative? Yes but I think we are almost there."
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