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North Adams City Councilor Ashley Shade is seeking to repeal an ordinance dating back to the 1940s that sets a 10 p.m. curfew for minors under the age of 16.
After about a year in her position, City Clerk Cathleen King will be leaving her post in mid-February.
The fate of the Mohawk Theater is not yet clear, but the public can soon weigh in on it.
Community organizations and the general public will have the opportunity to take a more active role in the spending of federal coronavirus relief money as Pittsfield opens project applications.
Health Director Andy Cambi's coronavirus report, delivered at the first City Council meeting of the year, showed that since October vaccinated residents have been hospitalized at about half the rate of unvaccinated residents.
For years, the City Council has talked about enacting an ordinance for short-term rentals, and now it has a proposed ordinance that would, among other rules, require short-term rentals to register with the city, get inspected and comply with the state building code.
The 11-member Pittsfield City Council, six-member School Committee and city clerk swore to uphold their duties to the residents of the city before a gathering of family, friends, city department heads and local politicians.
The new council and committee will hit the ground running next week with their first meetings. Here are some of the biggest pieces of business handled by each group in 2021 that new city leaders may want to study up on for the coming year.
The location change from City Hall to the college theater was made in an effort to make the in-person event more COVID-safe as the omicron variant continues to move through the community and country.
The inauguration for all elected North Adams officials, including members of the City Council and School Committee, will take place at 11:30 a.m. New Year's Day at the Drury High School auditorium.