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After a winter season of residents complaining of snow-covered and icy sidewalks, the city is considering how revamping the snow and ice removal policies could improve safety and accessibility of Pittsfield streets.
North Adams City Council meetings still will start at 7:30 p.m., at least for now.
A series of charter objections by several City Councilors Tuesday night halted discussion and a vote on a proposed increase of city water and sewer rates until the council's March 8 meeting.
Residents with thoughts about a proposed short-term rental ordinance will have another opportunity to comment in early March.
Less than one month after city councilors were appointed to committees, one councilor sent in a letter of resignation.
City officials say that water and sewer rates have to rise over the next two years to cover major and much needed projects to the city’s water systems. City councilors say those increases are unaffordable for their residents.
A proposal under consideration in North Adams would require short-term rentals to be registered with the city, get inspected and comply with the state building code.
Citing a "recent uptick" in accidents at Hodges Cross Road and Curran Highway, a North Adams City Council members has asked that the city take action.
The selection of a candidate for the city's first ever chief diversity officer has been many months in the making.
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.