City Hall wants your input: How should Pittsfield spend its $420,000 in Community Preservation funding?

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PITTSFIELD — How would you like to see the city spend $420,000?

Really, it's a serious question coming out of City Hall, and you have until Nov. 20 to answer it via an online survey.

The funds, which will become available in the next fiscal year, are taxpayer dollars funneled through the Community Preservation Act for the purposes of funding recreation, open space, historic preservation or community housing projects.

Paper copies are also available in the Department of Community Development at City Hall.

Reach Amanda Drane at adrane@berkshireeagle.com, @amandadrane on Twitter or at 413-496-6296.


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