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TOP FIVE MOST READ STORIES LAST WEEK
1. Council To Meet Seven Weeks In A Row For Zoning Change Votes Before New Councilors Are Seated by Maura Keene
2. DiNisco Selected As Designer For Elementary School Project by Toni Cunningham
3. Public Comment: Better Funding Of Amherst Fire Department Urgently Needed To Address Dangerous Conditions by Ben Graham
4. CRC To Town Council: Quick, Clear The Path For A Parking Garage by Art Keene
5. Unanticipated Expenditures For Special Education Raise Concern by Toni Cunningham


WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE?

NEW /BREAKING
COVID-19 Update For The Week Of December 1, 2021 by Art and Maura Keene

Letter: Rushed, Sloppy Approach To Zoning Changes Likely To Yield Bad Laws by Suzannah Muspratt

Letter: Council’s Effort To Push Through New Zoning Without Customary Review Is Improper by Ira Bryck

Letter: Proposed Parking Garage Moving Forward Without Necessary Facts, Data, Analysis, Debate, Or Respect For The Public by Rani Parker

Letter: Planning Board Process Circumvented In Rush To Adopt Zoning Changes Before New Town Council Is Seated by Janet McGowan

Rally For Women’s Reproductive Rights

CAMPUS
Town to Test New Public Participation Tools by Chand Raiendra-Nicolucci

CLIMATE / ENVIRONMENT / NATURE
Council Refers Solar Moratorium Proposal To Community Resources Committee – Again by Maura Keene

Almanac: Flash Powder by Stephen Braun

Photo Of The Week. A November Gallery By Annique Boomsma

ELECTIONS
Rooney’s Victory In District 4 Council Race Affirmed By Recount by Maria Kopicki

EVENTS
Saturday Banner Drop For Reproductive Rights

Public Hearing Slated On Changes To North Pleasant Street Near Kendrick Park

FEATURES
Almanac: Flash Powder by Stephen Braun

Speak Up: Respond to Covid Mandate Survey by 11/28 by Jeff Lee

Photo Of The Week. A November Gallery By Annique Boomsma

LIBRARY
Library Trustees Report Record-Setting Endowment by Maura Keene

OPINION
Letter: Rushed, Sloppy Approach To Zoning Changes Likely To Yield Bad Laws by Suzannah Muspratt

Letter: Council’s Effort To Push Through New Zoning Without Customary Review Is Improper by Ira Bryck

Letter: Proposed Parking Garage Moving Forward Without Necessary Facts, Data, Analysis, Debate, Or Respect For The Public by Rani Parker

Letter: Planning Board Process Circumvented In Rush To Adopt Zoning Changes Before New Town Council Is Seated by Janet McGowan

PARKING
Letter: Proposed Parking Garage Moving Forward Without Necessary Facts, Data, Analysis, Debate, Or Respect For The Public by Rani Parker

Letter: Planning Board Process Circumvented In Rush To Adopt Zoning Changes Before New Town Council Is Seated by Janet McGowan

PUBLIC HEALTH
COVID-19 Update For The Week Of December 1, 2021 by Art and Maura Keene

COVID-19 Update For The Week Of November 24, 2021 by Art and Maura Keene

Speak Up: Respond to Covid Mandate Survey by 11/28 by Jeff Lee

SOCIAL JUSTICE
Rally For Women’s Reproductive Rights

Saturday Banner Drop For Reproductive Rights

TOWN GOVERNMENT
Letter: Rushed, Sloppy Approach To Zoning Changes Likely To Yield Bad Laws by Suzannah Muspratt

Letter: Council’s Effort To Push Through New Zoning Without Customary Review Is Improper by Ira Bryck

Letter: Proposed Parking Garage Moving Forward Without Necessary Facts, Data, Analysis, Debate, Or Respect For The Public by Rani Parker

Letter: Planning Board Process Circumvented In Rush To Adopt Zoning Changes Before New Town Council Is Seated by Janet McGowan

Council Refers Solar Moratorium Proposal To Community Resources Committee – Again by Maura Keene

Rooney’s Victory In District 4 Council Race Affirmed By Recount by Maria Kopicki

Town to Test New Public Participation Tools by Chand Raiendra-Nicolucci

Public Hearing Slated On Changes To North Pleasant Street Near Kendrick Park

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