Berkshire Museum art fight might not be over

February 14, 2018 05:12 AM

PITTSFIELD, Mass. - Lenox residents who sued to stop the Berkshire Museum art sales will keep fighting, despite losing a big ally.

Their attorney says his clients are stunned the attorney general struck a deal with the museum last week. The settlement paves the way for the sale of up to 40 works from the museum.

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But the residents say they plan to continue their legal fight.


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