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The city of North Adams is again losing its clerk.
As military veterans gathered in Pittsfield for the city's annual Memorial Day remembrance ceremony on Monday, the current war in Ukraine brought back memories of previous experiences.
Friends and relatives of the Pittsfield man killed by police two weeks ago want the city to improve how it responds to people in a mental health crisis, in part by shifting resources from the Pittsfield Police Department. They are also calling on the department to release the names of the two officers who responded to a second call at the home of Miguel Estrella, when he was shot and killed.
Less than one month after city councilors were appointed to committees, one councilor sent in a letter of resignation.
With openings on a number of boards and commissions, North Adams is recruiting volunteers.
Residents have a lot of thoughts about what should happen to the long-empty Mohawk Theater. Soon, they can share those opinions with Mayor Jennifer Macksey in two focus group sessions.
The Pittsfield City Council has approved spending $162,400 from the city's free cash account to pay for consulting work associated with the removal of "safety hazards" from properties around the Pittsfield Municipal Airport.
After about a year in her position, City Clerk Cathleen King will be leaving her post in mid-February.
"I'm ready for this," Macksey said. "I'm in the chair. And we've got lots of work to do."