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    2. Picking up steam: Rail advocates to meet in Springfield for updates on CTrail, expanded north-south service and east-west plans

      Picking up steam: Rail advocates to meet in Springfield for updates on CTrail, expanded north-south service and east-west plans
      ...ley Planning Commission and rail advocacy group Trains in the Valley. The event from noon to 5 p.m. is at the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission offices, 60 Congress St. Registration is not required, but is encouraged he...
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    3. Massachusetts Association of Regional Planning Agencies urging state to continue funding technical assistance programs that help municipalities

      Massachusetts Association of Regional Planning Agencies urging state to continue funding technical assistance programs that help municipalities
      ..., announced last week that the town recently received two district local technical assistance grants from the PVPC, one of which will be used to create a housing production plan for the municiaplity. The production plan ...
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  2. About Pioneer Valley Planning Commission

    Pioneer Valley Planning Commission

    The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC) is the legally designated regional planning agency for the Pioneer Valley region in Western Massachusetts. PVPC was organized in 1962 to serve a planning district comprising 43 member cities and towns and more than 600,000 residents.

     

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    1. Thank you to the Environmental Protection Agency, MassDevelopment and the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission for their work in securing this impressive award for Springfield Union Station.
      In Springfield's Union Station wins national environmental award for brownfield redevelopment