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February 26th, 2007
Growth lagging in mill cities
Pittsfield must also utilize its access to the state border, said Downing.
"We need to take advantage of the nanotechnology park built right across border in New York. We can't afford to be insular anymore, as the older gateway cities may have been able to be at one point in time.
"We need to reach beyond borders to try and attract new jobs and promote growth," Downing said.
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