The city of North Adams is in no hurry to find a new tenant in its office space at the Harriman and West Airport.

The Berkshire Eagle reports that after Berkshire Skydiving owner Alex Kelly’s abrupt departure from North Adams, officials have no long-term plans for the space he occupied for fewer than six months in the city-owned hangar building.

The city will instead use the space as an office for airport facilities manager Willard Greenwald and for Foster Lewis, who is overseeing construction of a new airport administration building that is expected to open in the spring.

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