Kinder Morgan’s injunction request on a natural gas pipeline passing through the southern Berkshire County town of Sandisfield goes before a judge on Friday. The path would take the pipeline through state-owned conservation land.
Kinder Morgan is seeking to sidestep a Massachusetts law requiring legislative approval before state conservation land can be used by private entities.
Effective today, the Eagleton School’s residential group care licenses will be revoked, and its approval as a provider of publicly funded special education services will be withdrawn.
In general, the videos show certain police procedures and the arrested’s condition, all of which can be used as evidence at trial, though Pittsfield police say the videos are not statutorily required records
GE polluted the Housatonic River with PCB’s decades ago when it ran a factory in Pittsfield and has already cleaned-up a portion of the river.
Kinder Morgan says the surveys are needed to gain federal approval of a natural gas pipeline running through northern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.
State regulators will be in Pittsfield Tuesday to hear from the public on a request from Kinder Morgan. The company wants permission to enter private property to conduct land surveys along the route of a proposed natural gas pipeline.
PFOA is a substance that was used in the making of teflon and was phased out by manufacturers last year
Kinder Morgan wants part of a pipeline running from New York to Connecticut to pass through Massachusetts-owned conservation land. State law says that requires legislative approval, which has been slow in coming
State education officials want to shut down Eagleton amid criminal charges that staff physically abused students while school officials want to find a new group to operate it.
This pipeline spur would run alongside an existing one, partly through state-owned conservation land in Sandisfield on its way to Connecticut.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker attended a conference in Georgia this month, and left Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito in charge, without letting the public know.
Voters in Lanesborough, Massachusetts, have approved their share of funding for the Mount Greylock Regional High School building project.
While some have enjoyed the lack of snow and above-normal temperatures, the weather has wreaked havoc on businesses who depend on a cold winter.
Voters in the northern Berkshire County town of Lanesborough will vote Tuesday on $10 million for a renovated Mount Greylock Regional High School.