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The Pittsfield city council discusses Mayor Tyer’s “At home in Pittsfield” project November 11, 2020.

ByIt's Pittsfield Tonight

Nov 12, 2020
Candidates for Pittsfield City Council & School Committee pull nomination papers April 2 to officially kick off the 2021 election season. Potential candidates have until July 16 to pull papers.
MONDAY 55* sunny, TUESDAY 56* partly sunny, WEDNESDAY 63* partly sunny, THURSDAY 64* partly sunny, FRIDAY 63* partly sunny, SATURDAY 60* partly sunny, SUNDAY 58* partly sunny.
Make sure you are registered to vote in this year's city elections. Know your ward councilor and at-large councilors.
Candidates for Pittsfield City Council & School Committee pull nomination papers April 2 to officially kick off the 2021 election season. Potential candidates have until July 16 to pull papers.
MONDAY 55* sunny, TUESDAY 56* partly sunny, WEDNESDAY 63* partly sunny, THURSDAY 64* partly sunny, FRIDAY 63* partly sunny, SATURDAY 60* partly sunny, SUNDAY 58* partly sunny.
Make sure you are registered to vote in this year's city elections. Know your ward councilor and at-large councilors.
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