Pittsfield Releases Street Paving List for 2023

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city of Pittsfield's paving list for 2023 is now available on the city's website, cityofpittsfield.org.
The document, "2023 Road Work Program," can be accessed on the Department of Public Services page or by clicking here.
Bidding for the contracted work is expected to begin in April, with paving slated to start late May.
Public Services and Utilities Commissioner Ricardo Morales said the list incorporates several factors.
"Our engineering office used the established asset management evaluation system to compile this list. The process included a review of the pavement condition index which reflects the amount and level of distress for each road. Then, each road was scored into a pavement condition index. We also included input from ward councilors and accounted for existing and future projects as well as Berkshire Gas and Eversource road work plans," Morales said.

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Municipal Aggregation in Pittsfield

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Pittsfield reminds residents and business owners that they are eligible to sign up for a lower rate of electricity by joining the city's Municipal Aggregation Program.
Since the launch of this program in 2018 by Mayor Tyer's administration, residents have collectively saved approximately $8,390,000 and businesses have saved approximately $5,076,000 for a total savings of $13,466,000.
Dynegy Energy Services is the supplier of electricity as part of the Community Power Supply Program and offer a fixed rate of $.09603 per kWh for basic service. This rate is valid through January of 2024 and residents can opt in and opt out at any point, at no charge, during the term of the program.
To opt-in this program, residents and businesses can call Dynegy Energy Services at (866) 220-5696 and ask to enroll in the city's program or visit: http://colonialpowergroup.com/pittsfield/
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