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Superintendent Joseph Curtis has said that salary increases in the Pittsfield Public School's proposed FY23 budget are some of the largest in recent history. Members of the Pittsfield Federation of School Employees say they've been left out of those increases and are asking district officials to meet their request for higher wages.
Property owners say that though construction and financing of the project has been delayed during the pandemic, they believe they can break ground this spring and open the new hotel by May 2023.
For a typical two-bedroom home in Pittsfield without a water meter, the increase in rates will mean an additional $77.20 in water and sewer fees over last year's bill according to city calculations.
As Mayor Linda Tyer enters into the last two years of her second term, several of the new City Councilors could make impacts on Tyer's plans for Pittsfield. This week, we're looking back to give you insight on the new faces that will be joining the council in January.
In the 90-minute debate, the four incumbents and two challengers vying for the At Large City Council seats responded to a series of 12 questions on housing, policing, economic development and hot button topics like the North Street bike lanes, the Verizon Wireless cell tower and the city's trash system.
Candidate for the four at large City Council seats met in a Wednesday night debate to discuss the city's school district, economic future, climate change and government accountability just one month before the election.