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More hearings. More comments for and against Hit the Road RV LLC’s application for a special permit for a "glamping" project beside the Dream Away Lodge. And rebuttals of neighbor’s comments by the project’s proponents. All that lies ahead in Becket.
Capsule reports on what residents will be asked to decide in meetings from Monday, May 2, through Saturday, May 7, in Dalton, Egremont, Hancock, Lenox, Monterey, Mount Washington, New Marlborough, Sheffield, West Stockbridge, Windsor.
In West Stockbridge, the rancor continues, this time with an apparent crime during a heated election season. Police are investigating and boosting patrols.
A Select Board race and ballot question highlight Cheshire's annual town election in May. Former Selectman Ronald DeAngelis will challenge incumbents Michelle Francesconi and Mark Biagini for two, three-year terms on the Select Board.
A three way race has emerged for a seat on the Lee Select Board. Former Selectman Gordon Bailey and newcomer to local politics Robert Wright have joined activist and businesswoman Anne Langlais to battle it out to succeed Patricia Carlino. Carlino has opted against seeking another three year term having served 24 years on the board.
The Lanesborough Select Board has backed a $10.5 million budget for fiscal 2023 but want school spending reduced. The proposed spending plan still needs review of the finance committee and approval of the annual town meeting in May.
West Stockbridge Select Board member Roger Kavanagh announces his resignation effective May 9. He says town government is a "template of inefficiency," and his attempts to fix this have gone nowhere.
Dalton’s top board voted this week to support having the town manage its trash transfer station, replacing a private company, to better serve residents and cut the volume of trash leaving the community.
After having second thoughts, and with the backing of the Select Board, Lanesborough Administrative Assistant Makayla Zonfrilli will remain on the job. The board voted Monday night to rescind Zonfrilli’s resignation. She said the negativity surrounding her hiring triggered her wanting to quit, but that wasn’t what she really wanted to do.
Ed Abrahams plan to ask the State Ethics Commission for its advice in writing to clear up confusion about whether he truly has a conflict of interest in the matter of proposed short-term rental regulations. Abrahams said a commission attorney told him in November he could participate in the proceedings.