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Gina Dario, who has experience as an Australian elections official, was offered the position right after her Monday interview by the Select Board.
After three months of searching, a committee thinks it has found strong candidates from an initial pool of 20 job-seekers.
With support from only one of three members, the board took no action on the so-called residential tax exemption. Thanks to a sharply lower tax rate, the majority of property owners won’t get a higher tax bill.
West Stockbridge is still sitting on more than half of the town's allotted American Rescue Plan Act funding. To decide how to spend its remaining $230,226, officials got advice this week.
To better understand what families need to thrive in West Stockbridge, the town's Vision Committee has launched an online survey asking residents who have raised children, or are thinking of raising children, to share their perspectives.
The community meeting will take place 6 p.m. Oct. 17.
Whatever one thinks of the proposal for Stockbridge to adopt a residential tax exemption, it’s a polarizing issue. That should come as no surp…
The union of the town’s Department of Public Works employees is seeking a “COVID hazard bonus” of $4,000 for each member because of the risks they took on by continuing to perform duties during the pandemic.
Voters again turned away an attempt to reduce housing lot sizes and increase housing density, both in the center and in the more rural sections in the south end of town.
The hungry Town Hall bats flew, as hoped, out specially installed one-way tubes. Now, the town of Dalton hopes to pay for that flight, and keep a major renovation project alive.