April 24, 2018
43 Amity St
April 25, 2018
4 Boltwood Ave
April 26, 2018
43 Amity St
April 26, 2018
April 29, 2018
43 Amity St
January 25, 2017, 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM @ PVTA Administration Office
RECEIVED: 1/9/17 at 12:53 pm. MEETING TIME: 11:30 am. LOCATION: 2808 Main St, Springfield. LIST OF TOPICS: Approval of minutes from 11/16/16 Route Committee meeting. Approval of M40 service changes. Fixed route planning process. Other business.
January 25, 2017, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ 2808 Main Street
RECEIVED: 1/9/17 at 12:53 pm. MEETING TIME: 12:00 Noon. LOCATION: 2808 Main St, Springfield. LIST OF TOPICS: Roll call. Public comment. Approval of minutes of special Advisory Board meeting 12/7/16. Report of the Finance Committee. Report of the Route Committee. Approval of M40 service changes. Recent State Legislation allowing communities to join two RTAs. 2017 subcommittee members. Administrator's report. Manager of Planning & Operations' report. New business. Old business.
January 25, 2017, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Franklin Hampshire Career Center
RECEIVED: 1/20/17 at 8:37 am. MEETING TIME: 3:00 pm. LOCATION: 178 Industrial Dr, Northampton. LIST OF TOPICS: Nov 16, 2016 minutes. Announcements/youth events. REB Director update. Presentation: the need for a skilled IT workforce - solutions from the partnership between Paragus and Tech Foundry. Program spotlight: secondary transitions strategies - using special ed practices to bolster transitions planning for all students. Selected program updates: school to career, community action WIOA 2016 summary. Other business.
January 25, 2017, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Goodwin Room, Jones Library
RECEIVED: 1/18/17 at 12:13 pm. MEETING TIME: 4:00 pm. LOCATION: Jones Library, Goodwin Room. LIST OF TOPICS: Public Comment; Minutes; Quarterly Report.
January 25, 2017, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Police Station Community Room
RECEIVED: 1/23/17 at 2:49 pm. REVISED: 1/23/17 at 3:54 pm. MEETING TIME: 6:30 pm. LOCATION: Police Station, Community Room. LIST OF TOPICS: 1. Call to order, approve agenda, approve minutes (5 minutes). 2. Discussion with Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz and South Hadley Town Administrator Michael Sullivan (1 hour). 3. Compare improved Town Meeting-based model to Council-based model (1.5 hours). 4. Public comment (10 minutes). 5. Plan for upcoming meetings (15 minutes). 6. Topics not reasonably anticipated by the Chair 48 hours prior to the meeting. 7. Adjourn.
January 25, 2017, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Town Room
RECEIVED: 1/20/17 at 2:38 pm. MEETING TIME: 7:00 pm. LOCATION: Town Room, Town Hall. LIST OF TOPICS: 7:00 PM Comments from Chair, Director, & Wetlands Administrator. Approve minutes. 7:15 PM DISCUSSION: CPAC Open Space Proposals. HEARINGS: 7:30 PM RFD Woodgreen Amherst, LP trimming shrubs and trees 6-10 University Dr. 7:45 PM RFD Jianhan Chen & Xueying Qin tree removal 797 E Pleasant St. 8:00 PM DISCUSSION: Open Space & Rec Plan Update. MISC: COC 418 N Pleasant St. Review Bluebird Meadow Cons Area signs. Other not anticipated 48 hrs prior.
January 25, 2017, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Amherst Community Connections
Do you, or someone you know, have first-hand experience with homelessness? Would you like to have your opinions heard by a member of the Massachusetts state government? Then, come to ACC’s brainstorming session this Wednesday, January 25th from 10 am to 11:30 am to help come up with issues that we would like to bring forward to Solomon Goldstein-Rose, the newly elected representative for the 3rd Hampshire District in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, regarding homelessness and housing insecurity. Your voice matters—make sure that it is heard!
January 25, 2017, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Knights of Columbus
There are many questions and concerns surrounding the future of civil rights under the Trump administration. What are the prospects of a Muslim registry? What will be the future of marriage equality? Will refugees and immigrants have their status rescinded? Can Roe v. Wade be overturned? Will stop-and-frisk be enacted nationwide? Will there be a shift in the system of checks and balances? What protections does our constitution afford and what recourse is available to targeted communities? For an in-depth analysis of these issues and more, please join us for an interactive session with Professor Sudha Setty of Western New England University School of Law.