Monday, 20 Oct 2014 - Jon Piasecki of West Stockbridge writes: "The claim that some random person can design it better than the thoughtful professionals who have worked for years on this renovation is a lie. The claim that it will be cheaper to do nothing and let the school rot is a lie."
Monday, 20 Oct 2014 - In his letter, Rich Bradway writes: "After reviewing dozens of potential project scenarios, the School Committee came up with one project that would encompass updates to the building in all areas -- structure, utilities, security, safety and education."
Sunday, 19 Oct 2014 - In his letter to the editor, Richard Coons, chairman of the Monument Mountain Regional High School renovation project explains the facts about the 5-year process to develop a satisfactory renovation plan, and why it should be approved by voters on November 4.
Saturday, 18 Oct 2014 - In her Letter to the Editor, Rebecca Gold states: "This renovation project is not about creating a state-of-the-art facility; it’s about bringing the building up to the standard our children already have in the other two schools."
Friday, 17 Oct 2014 - In her letter urging support for the proposed Monument Mountain High School renovation Corey Sprague of Stockbridge argues: "We are talking about making serious and significant upgrades to a school and education system that has served our community well and is now showing its age."
Friday, 10 Oct 2014 - In her letter to the editor Berkshire Hills School Committee member Deborah Kain supports the re-election of committee chairman, Stephen Bannon.
Thursday, 9 Oct 2014 - Stephanie Adler of Stockbridge urges the re-election of Stephen Bannon to the Berkshire Hills Regional School Committee.
Tuesday, 7 Oct 2014 - Berkshire Hills School Committee member David Adler explains his decision to support giving voters a chance to reconsider the Monument renovation.
Monday, 6 Oct 2014 - "What is untrue and troubling is the accusations that anyone representing Monument Matters or the District lied or hid any option from the public." -- Stephen C. Bannon, chairman of the Berkshire Hills School Committee
Monday, 6 Oct 2014 - In her letter, Julia Erickson of Housatonic calls on voters in the Berkshire Hills School District to wake up to the real need to renovate Monument Mountain High School: "By not investing now, when we have this incredible opportunity to get almost HALF the cost of this project paid for by the state of Massachusetts, is foolish. We will not have this opportunity again for a decade or more."
Thursday, 2 Oct 2014 - Dr. Mark Sprague of Stockbridge writes: "I urge the voting community of Berkshire Hills Regional School District to make sure that they have all the necessary information they need to make an informed decision and to vote proactively on Election Day for our children's future and renovate Monument Mountain High School."
Thursday, 2 Oct 2014 - Great Barrington resident David Long explains why his 'Draft Alternative Plan' to the proposed renovation of Monument Mountain Regional High School explores viable options not considered by the Berkshire Hills Building Committee.
Wednesday, 1 Oct 2014 - Richard Coons, chair of the Monument Mountain Regional High School Building Committee advises that the so-called Alternative Approach to Renovating Monument "reflects a lack of knowledge of virtually every aspect of law, building planning, design, construction and educational program needs."
Monday, 29 Sep 2014 - Berkshire Hills Regional School Committee member Rich Bradway deplores the misinformation and what he terms outright lies being circulated about the reasons for the proposed renovation of Monument Regional High School. He sets the record straight.
Wednesday, 3 Sep 2014 - Other candidates are "fighting," while Steve Grossman is actually working to create positive change for all of us.
Saturday, 9 Aug 2014 - Don Berwick is the only gubernatorial candidate 'with a resume of such great executive experience and accomplishment.' -- Fred and Elaine Panitz, Sheffield