iBerkshires.com reports Downtown Adams has received a Local Rapid Recovery Planning Grant from the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development to create an implementation plan to stabilize and revitalize the downtown area.
The business and development group announced Wednesday that the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission will utilize the $60,000 grant to develop a report identifying several projects that can respond to the effects of COVID-19 on the local community and business.
Stenson said out of the 351 municipalities in Massachusetts, 125 grants were awarded. Downtown Adams was the lead applicant with the support of ProAdams and the town of Adams. All three local entities will partner in the planning process.

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