Words from Peter Fohlin, Town Manager

Today, Town Manager Peter Fohlin posted the following to the Williamstown website.

The earthquake analogy applies to The Spruces. Rescue workers continue to search days after any hope of finding an earthquake survivor has been lost. And so it has been at The Spruces for five months. We have inched our way up from 60 to 63 legally occupied “Green” trailers and 3 more “Yellow” trailers with realistic prospects of recovery for a total of only 66 of 225 homes. Friday trailer number 67 appeared out of nowhere. The second home owners had been working quietly and diligently under the radar to reclaim their trailer. Thursday they called for their final gas inspection and passed. While this is not a primary residence, the good fortune of one of our seasonal survivors is to be celebrated. Yet this good fortune does not diminish the loss for our neighbors who were not so lucky.

It’s great to hear some good news for our neighbors as we continue to move forward as an organization.

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