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    2. Massachusetts $12.7 billion transportation bond bill includes funding for PVTA garage, Interstate 91, commuter rail

      Massachusetts $12.7 billion transportation bond bill includes funding for PVTA garage, Interstate 91, commuter rail
      ...ojects for Hampden and Hampshire counties over five years, said Timothy W. Brennan, executive director of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, the region's transportation planning agency. "We know we won't get all o...
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    3. Outlook 2014: Western New England University Center for Innovation is part of region's 'entrepreneurial ecosystem' | masslive.com

      Outlook 2014: Western New England University Center for Innovation is part of region's 'entrepreneurial ecosystem' | masslive.com
      ...hambers of commerce, municipal government, the Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts, and the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission devote significant attention to matters of importance to small businesses a...
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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
    2. Tim Brennan was a consummate gentleman and public servant to his core who will be sorely missed by the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission family and the Valley at large, after giving quite literally his entire adult life to the betterment of our region's 43 cities and towns.
      In Retired Pioneer Valley Planning Commission Director Timothy Brennan, ‘face and voice for the region,’ dies