Letter: AG may bring closure to museum debate

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To the editor:

It does not look like the controversy surrounding the sale of Berkshire Museum assets will end without leaving a very bitter taste for a long time in the mouths of significant supporters of the arts and many Berkshire County citizens.

The attorney general is responsible for enforcing laws with respect to the sale of charitable assets. Maybe some closure to the controversy surrounding the sale of the Berkshire Museum assets can be obtained by the attorney general investigating the proposed sale of the Berkshire Museum assets and render a written opinion on the legality of the proposed sale. To be meaningful the opinion must be issued sometime before the date of the first sale of a Berkshire Museum asset.

Hopefully, the attorney general can be prevailed upon to come to Berkshire County to render a written opinion on the legality of the proposed sale of selected Berkshire Museum assets sometime very soon.

Philip Grandchamp,

Adams



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