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March/April 2015

In this Issue:  Update on Tennessee Gas Pipeline’s NED Project, Traffic Impact Analysis Review Assistance, Age Friendly Community Survey, Update on Railway Initiatives, New Berkshire County Transportation Guide, Regional Economic Development Sites Inventory, Save The Date: Investing in Community Symposium, BRPC Welcomes Eammon Coughlin as new Planner and Berkshire Young Adult Survey

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January/February 2015

In this issue:Regional Transportation Plan, Survey, Housatonic Railroad Passenger, Station Location & Design Analysis Completed, Mass Broadband Institute Update, Ashuwillticook Rail Trail Abutter Survey Results, Award Winning Effort, Western Region Homeland Security, Farewell to Planner Gwen Miller, Successful Flu Vaccination Season, Great Barrington-Sheffield Housing Rehabilitation Program Accepting Applications


November/December 2014

In this issue: Regional Transportation Plan Update, DLTA 2015 Project Solicitation, Rest of River Comments Submitted, Successful 2014 Flu Vaccination Clnics, Sheffield-GReat Barrington CDBG Housing Rehabilitation Update, Online Burn Permit Program, Congraulations Domina Family, In Memoriam: Robert W. Birch, BRPC holiday Fundraising, CPTC Fall Workshops.

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September/October 2014

In this issue: 2015 CiC Grant Program, BRPC Meeting on Proposed Northeast Expansion Natural Gas Pipeline, Annual Dinner, Rest of Remedy Update, Passenger Rail Station Analysis and Study Draft Released for Public Comment, Berkshire Public Health Alliance Seaks Health Agent, Tennessee Gas Pipeline Connecticut Expansion, Great Barrington and Sheffield Awarded $803,100 in CDBG funds.

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July/August 2014 Newsletter

In this issue: North Adams Adopts First Comp Plan in Decades, EPA Releases Rest of River Remedy, New Planning Board and ZBA Member Trainings, BRPC Annual Dinner Save the Date, MPO Approves 2015-2018 TIP, Passenger Rail Station Location and Design Analysis Update, GIS Services, Land Use Reform Legislation Update, Natural Gas Pipelines Update, BRPC Staff Present at MHP Housing Institute, DHCD PDF Awarded to Four Berkshire Communities, Clearighouse Review Items

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May/June 2014 Newsletter

In this issue: Sustainable Berkshires regional plan adopted, North Adams Hospital Closure Poses Transportation Challenges, Nonpoint Source Pollution Prevention Grant Funding Opportunity, Cruelty Free Beaver Management Funding Opportunity, Berkshire MPO TIP Development Update, New Rx Drop Boxes Throughout Berkshire County, Lee to Kick-Off Brownfiels Planning Project Focused on Mills, Goodbye Amy Kacala, North Adams Comprehensive Plan Up for Adoption

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