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A grassroots effort to free up North Street parking spaces in Pittsfield could take a leap Tuesday, when the City Council considers a tweak to its parking rules.
If the Pittsfield City Council votes to pass the budget with changes at its next meeting Tuesday, Mayor Linda Tyer said she will honor them — even though she doesn't have to do that. "I felt they were fair and reasonable and strengthened the budget," she said.
PITTSFIELD — After multiple meetings and hours of City Council debate over the budget, one move shut it all down. A week later, it’s still not…
Mayor Jennifer Macksey is proposing a $44.5 million budget — a $2 million, or a 5 percent, increase from the current year's budget.
The city of North Adams is again losing its clerk.
If approved in a second vote at a future meeting, the mayor's salary would increase from $88,470 to $98,000 starting July 1
Pittsfield residents who opened their most recent water and sewer bill were, well, shocked. Homeowners are footing the bill for what city officials call a “structural problem” in the funding of water and sewer services.
Councilor Jennifer Barbeau said she's been hearing from residents about council conduct.
Lee Bank has begun construction of its new Pittsfield branch at the corner of South and Reed streets at the same time its foundation has made a gift of $16,000 to the Pittsfield Public Schools.
Following the release of an internal report about the fatal police shooting of Miguel Estrella, several city councilors said that like the 22-year-old's family, they too await the findings of the Berkshire District Attorney's office, which is conducting a criminal probe into the deadly events of late March.