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The Five Most-Read Stories From Last Week
1. Letter: Things I Want More Of In Amherst. An Informal Referendum – by Ira Bryck
2. Two-Thirds of Amherst-Pelham Families Choose In-Person Learning – by Toni Cunningham
3. Agreement Reached Between School District And Union For Reopening Schedule – by Toni Cunningham
4. School Committee Debates Restoring Fall Sports. Vote Expected At September 8 Meeting. – by Annalise Peterson
5. Fact Check: This Week At The Jones Library, September 6 -12 by Terry S. Johnson

What’s In This Issue?

CAMPUSES/SCHOOLS
Letter: ARPS & APEA Are Erecting Barriers To Education by Stephanie Hockman

UMass Sunwheel Is Open For Online Autumnal Equinox Events On September 22

UMass Amherst Places 26th In Ranking of Public Universities

UMass, Amherst and Hampshire Colleges Post Promising COVID-19 Numbers by Art Keene

COVID-19
COVID-19 Daily Update – by Art and Maura Keene

Free COVID Testing Available In Holyoke For All Massachusetts Residents by Toni Cunningham

UMass, Amherst and Hampshire Colleges Post Promising COVID-19 Numbers by Art Keene

FEATURES
Photo Of The Week. Social Distancing With Panache By Richard Sclove

COVID-19 Daily Update by Art and Maura Keene

Town Manager Report For September 14, 2020

Fact Check: This Week at the Jones Library, September 13-19 by Terry S. Johnson

LIBRARY
Fact Check: This Week at the Jones Library, September 13-19 by Terry S. Johnson

Jones Library Chat Planned On Schematic Designs For Renovation/Demolition Project

Council Supports UMass Unions. Accepts Gift For North Amherst Library Renovation by Maura Keene

OPINION/LETTERS
Opinion: Seeking A More Strategic Approach To Economic Development by Meg Gage

Letter: ARPS & APEA Are Erecting Barriers To Education by Stephanie Hockman

Letter: Checks and Balances Needed For Effective Zoning Policies by Mary Sayer

TOWN GOVERNMENT
Town Manager Report For September 14, 2020

Council Supports UMass Unions. Accepts Gift For North Amherst Library Renovation by Maura Keene

Town Manager Nominates New Director of Health and New Director of Human Resources by Art Keene

Town Manager Plans Working Group To Recommend Policies on Community Safety by Art Keene

Planning Board Selects New Officers And Liaisons. Continues To Track Amherst Hills Roads Dispute by Maura Keene

CRC Discusses Priorities For Revising Zoning Bylaws by Art Keene

VOTING
Traci Parker Highlights The Role of Black Women In Advancing Voting Rights At LWVA Webinar by Marla Goldberg Jamate

ZONING
Opinion: Seeking A More Strategic Approach To Economic Development by Meg Gage

Letter: Checks and Balances Needed For Effective Zoning Policies by Mary Sayer

CRC Discusses Priorities For Revising Zoning Bylaws by Art Keene

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