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Envisioning the future: NORTH ADAMS -- City residents are being asked to share their vision of what types of parks and recreational amenities they'd like to see available in the future and to share ideas of how to better brand and utilize those already available during a North Adams Vision 2030 forum tonight.
Jennifer Huberdeau is writing this story and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Twitter @NAT_DigitalJen, or by phone at 413-663-3741, ext. 227.
Billstock is back: WILLIAMSTOWN -- A two-night festival celebrating local music will return Friday and Saturday night.
The third-annual Billstock will be held both nights, from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m., at Hops and Vines at 16 Water St.
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Filling the chief's shoes: ADAMS -- Selectmen plan to put together a search committee charged with finding Police Chief Donald Poirot's replacement.
A committee with members chosen by the Selectmen could weed out the top three candidates from a potential field of 20, estimated Town Administrator Jonathan Butler.
Phil Demers is writing this story and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Twitter @NAT_DigitalPhil, or by phone at 413-663-3741, ext. 225.
MassDOT to act on truck ramp: WILLIAMSTOWN -- Upon the request of the Selectmen, the state Department of Transportation (MassDOT) has agreed to take further action regarding safety of the runaway truck ramp on the Taconic Trail.
In a letter addressed to the board, MassDOT CEO Richard Davey said the region's highway division has been authorized to move forward with mid-term safety recommendations.
But the selectmen's request the state look into the realignment of Route 2, so trucks can better see and access the truck ramp, will not yet be addressed.
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