By admin | March 5, 2014
Support the Sustaining Educational Excellence Fund at Mount Greylock Regional School District on Willinet channel 16 at 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Online donations at berkshiretaconic.org. Since 1996 the SEE Fund has awarded over $186,000 in small grants to provide extra educational opportunities for students and teachers. Kelly Pask 458-5280 for more information.
Topics: General Interest
By admin | March 1, 2014
Nomination papers for the 2014 Town Election are available now. All papers must be returned to the Board of Registrars at the Town Clerk’s office no later than March 25 with a minimum of 28 signatures. The following offices will be on the ballot: Selectmen (2) 3 years: Jane Allen and David Rempell. Elementary School Committee (1) 3 years: John Skavlem. Library Trustees (2) 3 years: David Dewey and Kathleen Schultze. Housing Authority (1) 5 years: Joan Burns. Planning Board (1) 5 Years: Patrick Dunlavey.
By admin | February 27, 2014
The Library website now includes Atomic online computer classes. Over 300 tutorials on all computer platforms e.g. Microsoft, Apple, Adobe, Google, and software. Also applications such as Twitter, Pinterest, Skype, and hundreds more. Visit milnelibrary.org
Topics: Library 458-5369
By admin | February 23, 2014
Fund for Williamstown, a fund of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, invites applications from non-profits and individuals for innovative projects and services to benefit residents of Williamstown and to help create a vibrant community responsive to diverse needs and voices. Link to more information.
Topics: General Interest
By admin | February 17, 2014
A Special Town Meeting will be held at the Municipal Building at 7:00 p.m. to consider just one article. The Federal Highway Administration and Mass. Department of Transportation require the Town to take temporary construction easements for the replacement of the Hopper Road bridge. Follow link to STM warrant.
Topics: Selectmen 458-3500
By admin | February 13, 2014
We do not declare “snow emergencies” in Williamstown. We figure you’re smart enough not to venture out unless absolutely necessary. Our Public Works crews will work day and night for your safety, but use caution if you do drive so you don’t require the services of our Police Department and Village Ambulance. We’ll be cleaning up Spring Street after the storm - probably before you awake Saturday morning. It’s New England. Enjoy!
Topics: Town Manager 458-3500
By admin | February 5, 2014
Board of Selectmen has issued RFPs for two town-owned parcels for development of Affordable Housing. Response deadline is 4 p.m., Friday, March 7, 2014. To request RFP packets, please contact Town Manager Peter Fohlin at (413) 458-3500 or email@example.com.
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