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A city council vote Tuesday nixed a proposal for a public forum on a mountain bike course proposed for Springside Park. But, a group of residents said they will remain steadfast in fighting the project.
You can vote early in the City Clerk's office through September 17.
The zoning change allows more-dense development in certain areas in and around downtown.
The Pittsfield Public School Committee will decide whether or not the accelerated courses in the district's middle schools will resume this year or remain "paused" after the curriculum subcommittee identified equity gaps in the program.
EAGLE INVESTIGATIONS: A look at why Marie Harpin, who just quit her post on the North Adams City Council, filed a police report last year. She feared for her safety after reading social media posts. The people commenting? They insist they were kidding.
A 115-foot tower, which sits at 877 South St., has been the source of constant conversation after the structure went live a year ago. Soon after Verizon Wireless flipped the switch, residents near Alma Street began complaining of nausea, dizziness and headaches.
Significant summer rain has provided the perfect nursery for an extra-large population of mosquitoes this year. It's a problem the Berkshire County Mosquito Control Project typically is well-equipped to meet. But, this year, a City Council vote removed the project's most productive technique: neighborhood pesticide sprays.
Residents in the west end of the city have complained about gunfire over the last year, one city councilor said. It's a tricky issue to address.
A day after a second North Adams city councilor resigned, citing a "toxic" environment, several other members of the council shared a different outlook.
Marie Harpin resigned from the North Adams City Council on Tuesday morning. Her one-sentence letter to the city clerk did not give a reason.