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Nathaniel Erb-Satullo, Lanesborough native and a former student at Berkshire Country Day School in Stockbridge, now a lecturer in forensic archeology at Cranfield University in Bedfordshire, U.K., has published an article in "Nature," a scientific journal.
Mount Greylock Regional School District released an in-depth report on bias in the schools.
Storyteller and musician John Porcino will present “Not Too Scary Stories” at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, at the Mount Greylock Visitor Center, 30 Rockwell Road.
The Lanesborough Select Board has picked Dec. 4 to hold a special town meeting to act on the estimated $4.3 million Police Department complex.
On Monday, consultant Bernard Lynch will interview six of the 18 applicants for the job and should have the list narrowed, possibly to three, by mid-October for public interviews, according to interim Town Administrator Robert Markel.
Lanesborough's town administrator search consultant, Community Paradigm Associates says the town has challenging times ahead finding a replacement for Kelli Robbins who suddenly resigned at the end of June.
Founder and managing principal of the Plymouth firm, Bernard Lynch told the Select Board at its Tuesday bi-monthly meeting, that town administrator and town manager are "challenging positions to fill' throughout the commonwealth. He plans to meet with the search committee and review the 18 applicants resumes for the job over the next two weeks. Lynch anticipates forwarded a list of finalists to the Select Board within two months.
The Cultural Council of Northern Berkshire has set an Oct. 15 deadline for organizations, schools and individuals to apply for Local Cultural Council Grants.
Project architect Brian Humes on Tuesday night informed the Lanesborough Select Board that a cost estimator pegged the bottom line at $4.3 million. Several town officials in attendance said figures of $2 million to $3 million had been tossed about as the building's design was being drawn up.
Work is underway to replace the private water line in the Berkshire Village section of Lanesborough and hook up the 35 homes to the Lanesbororough Fire and Water District. The $2.37 million project calls for extending the existing district to Berkshire Village and replacing the majority of the aging water-distribution system. The system is expected to be complete and operation by next summer.
Work is underway to replace the private water line in the Berkshire Village section of Lanesborough and hook up the 35 homes to the town’s fir…