Neighbors wary of airport plan to add three hangars

GREAT BARRINGTON — Opponents of the Great Barrington Airport’s expansion project — and there appear to be many — will get another chance to weigh in on its controversial plans after the Select Board voted to continue the public hearing on the airport’s legal status.

Dozens of opponents and supporters of the airport’s proposal for three new hangars packed the standing-room-only selectmen’s meeting room on Monday as the board considered a special permit that would clarify the legal status of the airport, which was established in 1931 in a neighborhood near the Egremont line that would later be classified as residential after the town enacted…

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