In his letter to the editor, David Harris writes: "I hope our fair-minded citizens will let Gov. Baker know we find unacceptable... his refusal to offer refuge.
In his comment, Dave Carpenter, director of administration for Mahida Family Hospitality Interests, writes; "We have provided to the town supporting details of tax revenues in order to validate the nu
In his open letter to the Great Barrington Selectboard, Marc Fasteau writes: "Despite assurances to the contrary from the developer, the project is not viable as a high-end hotel."
In her letter to the substance that has damaged her life, Jennifer writes: "Stay away! I don't need you anymore! I want my life back! Please do not look for me in my darkest part of my soul!"
In her letter to the editor, Sharon Gregory writes: "The community knew what it was doing with its 2008 bylaw to limit hotels to 45 rooms."
In his letter to the editor, former Stockbridge Police Chief Rick Wilcox writes: "Stockbridge voters should take comfort from the knowledge that the genesis of the 1839 Town House, now the rear portio
In his letter to the editor, Nick Stanton writes: "The transcripts, especially [Planning Board member] Mr. Musgrove's words ... make it abundantly clear that our singular understanding of the intent o
In his letter to the editor, Dick Solar writes: "As a 40-year resident of Great Barrington, I think about development and change long and hard, and this is an opportunity to improve the town."
In his letter to the editor, Stephen McAlister writes: "What’s at stake here is the integrity of a New England town meeting, the most direct form of democracy on the planet."
In his letter to the editor, Carl Stewart of Alford writes: "There is a specific statute that deals with the liability of towns for damage caused by improperly maintained roads; it is MGL, chapter 84,