Polson holds dialogue on housing disaster

The town of Polson estimates just about 1,000 further housing models are desired in the following four several years to maintain up with the demands of a surging inhabitants, and the city’s process for reaching that target took one more stage ahead Friday with a collecting at Blodgett Creamery on […]

Despite deficit, Holyoke holds off hiking sewer rate

HOLYOKE — Regardless of many proposals to treatment a deficit, the Town Council on Tuesday failed to set a new sewer use charge. The Sewer Organization Fund is allotted $9 million annually, with 93% collected in fees to cover operational charges. The remaining 7%, or $500,000, the city is “behind […]