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MRBA Office Open House

~ Commentary by John Little; MRBA Board President.


To all who have been watching the transformation of the building at the corner of Rt 105 and Rt 118 in

E. Berkshire, you are invited to come check it out.

The building was put up in 1905, and originally was a furniture store. Around 1954 it was sold and became the local Roman Catholic Church. In the mid 70’s when the Episcopalian church became available across the road, our building was bought by Sherman Potvin of Montgomery who ran his

Sugarman Enterprise out of it. He bottled local maple syrup and then shipped it to high end hotels in large cities in the US. Some records include New Orleans, Chicago, and NYC amongst others. At some point in the mid 1980’s the building again changed ownership. Mr. John Cote then ran his VERMONT FARMS AND HOMES real estate from there.

In May of 2022, John Little bought the structure and began the extensive renovations. Although things are not finished upstairs, and the back deck won’t be installed till summer, the main floor is completed. Come and check it out!

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