Williamstown is thinking about how it might be able to close Spring Street and allow restaurateurs to take over the pavement if and when the commonwealth issues guidance to allow outdoor table service during its phased reopening of the Massachusetts economy.
Town Manager Jason Hoch on Tuesday told the Select Board that he and his staff have been following the reopening process as it unfolds in other states, reading the tea leaves out of Boston and holding tentative discussions about how Williamstown could follow the path of towns in other states that have created new outdoor dining space to help struggling businesses.
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