Plans for six hangars at Barrington airport prepared for abutters

GREAT BARRINGTON — A plan to build six new hangars at the Walter J. Koladza Airport was met with a second round of reviews from a less than a handful of abutters who voiced concerns about the proposed expansion project.

A Tuesday, Dec. 17 meeting held at Monument Mountain Regional High School brought out a handful of residents and town officials to review the plans that would create an additional 34 new hangar spaces and a connecting driveway to Seekonk Cross Road.

Jim Scalise, a civil engineer and president of Pittsfield-based SK Design Group Inc., addressed neighbors of the airport for the second time in two months in an attempt to gather input and promote transparency of the proposed project.

Although all municipal meetings were cancelled in the Town of Great Barrington on Dec. 17, due to winter weather, the neighborhood meeting was still held in the spirit of transparency, according to Scalise. An airport official

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