The commissioners queried Case and Guntlow's Charlie LaBatt on some of those concerns, including how the project will deal with erosion in a 600-foot stretch of steep terrain and how it will deal with the presence of the invasive Japanese knotweed plant along the route of the 3-foot wide trail.
The debate over the definition of the structures — and whether there was a permit issued for their construction — lead to heated exchanges between town officials and the owner at last week's Planning Board meeting.
Boudreau attributes that progress to her participation in a special exercise program at Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield for people with cardiac and pulmonary issues. But, that program has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, and Boudreau worries about what that means for her health.
Pending its blessings, the articles will then move to annual town meeting for final approval. The board passed on all 28 articles unamended but some came under brief scrutiny, mostly for clarification purposes.