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Incumbents Returned to Williamstown Prudential Committee
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
01:57PM / Wednesday, May 29, 2024
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — As expected, incumbents Lindsay Neathawk and David Moresi won re-election to three-year seats on the Prudential Committee on Tuesday.
Williamstown Fire District Clerk Sarah Currie reported Tuesday morning that 27 residents turned out at the polls at Williamstown Elementary School for the district election; there were no contested races on the ballot.
A small crowd of residents convened for the district annual meeting that followed the election.
All articles on the meeting warrant passed unanimously.
The only question from the floor came regarding Article 11, a $60,000 appropriation for design work for the new fire station.
A resident asked whether that expenditure is covered in the $22.5 million bonding authority district voters approved in February 2023.
District building consultant Bruce Decoteau explained to the meeting that the $60,000 in question is a new expense related, in part, to value engineering work needed to keep the Main Street station on budget.
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