Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018, 3:42 pm To the editor: Much has been written about the proposed change to the Cottage Estate bylaws and I suspect there’s lots more to say. The Feb. 6 Stockbridge Planning Board meeting was informative and (for the most part) respectful. Opinions about the project (both pro and con) were thoughtful and […]
To the editor: The problem, when you get lawyers involved, is that things become more complicated than they need to be. Oh, and they take forever. In the meantime, our great town of Stockbridge continues to be mired in broken-down infrastructure. As other towns embrace change and look toward the future, our town remains mired […]
To the editor: Shirley Miller’s Jan. 30 letter contains unfortunate misinformation about the 37 Interlaken project. For example: She has no basis for claiming that the many jobs to be created will not pay a living wage. And why would the developer want to import labor — an expensive proposition — rather than use local […]
Posted Tuesday, January 30, 2018, 5:12 pm To the editor: Much has been written and published lately relating to the proposal to develop the former DeSisto School property in Stockbridge. Having digested virtually all of that information, it is very clear to this family that the benefits to the town from this project will be abundantly positive. […]
To the editor: I’ve been listening with curiosity to the varied opinions regarding 37 Interlaken Road (old DeSisto School) proposal and the impact some believe it will have on the town of Stockbridge. Stockbridge and many of the surrounding communities are truly unique. We do not have to travel far before the character of surrounding […]
Click here to read the letter we received from the owners of Heirlooms at the Mews on Main Street in support of our 37 Interlaken project.
To the editor: I read with disappointment, though not surprise, the article regarding town counsel’s letter to representatives of the 37 Interlaken project (Eagle, Jan. 22). Of course, it is important to note that town counsel does the bidding of the Board of Selectmen (which appoints him), so it is no surprise that he would […]
My Turn Well-planned vs. unreasonable opposition: Town voters decide Click here to read the entire article written by Jim Balfanz.
By Clarence Fanto, Eagle correspondent STOCKBRIDGE — A groundswell of opposition to a $150 million resort and housing proposal erupted in town this past week, as nearby residents and several town officials blasted a $150 million resort development plan for the former DeSisto Estate off Route 183. In response, the attorney for the property owner […]