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New signs (one hour parking between 1:00 am and 6:00 am all town roads) have been installed at the entrances to town on Glenn Street, North Street, North Hoosac Road, Hancock Road, and the top of Spring Street. The goal is to reduce through education the number of tickets issued for overnight parking.
Mother Nature opened a fire hose on Williamstown Wednesday night, mostly west of Route 7. In the 18+ yrs Williams College has been recording, rainfall was the biggest 10 (0.74″), 20 (1.35″), and 30 minute (~1.8″) intensities ever seen. We might expect (or have expected) 1.8″ in an hour about every 10 years, but not in [...]
Another active day is expected on Sunday afternoon and evening as a powerful cold front approaches our area from the west. The possibility exists for severe thunderstorms producing damaging winds and large hail. SPC has our area outlooked for slight risk.
Storm Prediction Center
The storms are expected to track from southwest to northeast at 35 to [...]
If you are a registered voter, the following dates may be important to you. APRIL 24: Special Town Meeting One at MGRSD. APRIL 24: Special Town Meeting Two at MGRSD. APRIL 30: Town election and Special U.S. Senate Primary at WES. May 21: Annual Town Meeting at MGRSD. Click each event for times and details.
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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is announcing a grant for $6,130,000 to fund the acquisition and demolition of 65 mobile homes and 2 common building structures in the Spruces Mobile Home Park. Read the announcement at this link.
Follow this link to view the 2013 Concept Plan for 41 units of affordable housing for seniors and first-time home buyers. This plan uses approximately one-third of the land and leaves the rest for continued farming. The use of Lowry for housing was proposed in the 2002 Master Plan. Follow this link to the Master [...]
The Selectmen have called a Special Town Meeting on Tuesday, February 26, at the request of Williamstown Youth Center and Purple Moon, LLC (Countryside Landscaping). Both parties own land acquired from the Town (Cole Avenue youth center and 677 Simonds Road respectively). Each deed contains a restriction needing to be removed so that pending transactions [...]« Previous Entries