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Town voters can go back to casting their ballots at the former Memorial Middle School at 30 Columbia Street.
The town presented a 4.62 percent increase for a budget proposal of $16,723,182. Much of the increase comes from a 5.3 percent rise in spending on personnel.
The town of Adams is pursuing a redesign of Route 8 that would reduce the current four-lane configuration to two lanes while adding sidewalks and a 10-foot-wide path for cyclists and pedestrians.
With increased business interest and the advancement of projects such as the Greylock Glen Outdoor Center, Town Administrator Jay Green sees Adams on an upward trajectory. As he begins a new three-year contract, his top priorities include attracting businesses, leveraging infrastructure funding and encouraging housing development.
After a decline in COVID-19 cases, wearing face masks no longer will be required in Adams municipal buildings. The Adams Select Board voted unanimously Wednesday to rescind its previous order for mask-wearing in those buildings
Window World of Western Massachusetts purchased the 10 Center St. building in Adams last week for $350,000. The second floor will be the showroom, and the company also will use the building to train people to perform installations through its apprenticeship program.
A new contract will keep Town Administrator Jay Green in Adams until 2025. Three years after picking Green for the job, Adams Select Board members offered glowing reviews and optimism for town projects, including the Greylock Glen outdoor center.
A two-year construction project soon will repair Adams’ wastewater treatment plant, but going forward, the town wants to determine the planning and funding strategies it needs to avoid deferred maintenance.
The town of Adams has been pitched a new cannabis business, this time at 44 Spring St. Eric Cromwell, of Longmeadow, and Sacha Wing, of Wilbraham, want to open Berk’s Greens for retail, cultivation and manufacturing.
The Adams Select Board honored longtime Emergency Management Director and Forest Warden Chief Richard Kleiner, who is stepping down. The board also ratified five people for new roles and appointed nine people to the government review committee.