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Wednesday November 25, 2015
Black Friday with a Purpose

Adapted from an FRTA press release & and an American Cancer Society press release:

2 community organizations will be using the day after Thanksgiving this year to increase awareness and bring people together.  On Friday, November 27, 2015, the Franklin Regional Transit Authority (FRTA) will provide free bus service all day, to highlight importance of public transportation, and, at dusk, the American Cancer Society will honor those touched by that disease with a special lighting display.

Tuesday November 24, 2015
Conversations That Matter

Adapted from a Communities That Care Coalition press release:

On Monday, November 30th, from 3PM to 5PM, at the Olver Transit Center in Greenfield, the Parent Education Workgroup of the Communities That Care Coalition will present a workshop, entitled "Fun and Conversations that Matter: Family Dinners to Improve Youth Health and Well-Being", with Dr. Anne Fishel.  Dr. Fishel is the co-founder of the Family Dinner Project, a nonprofit dedicated to helping families create and maintain meaningful connections.

Monday November 23, 2015
Sustainable Greenfield Goals Achieved

Adapted from a Greenfield Mayor's Office press release:

Highlights include enhanced services, growing the creative economy, and community beautification. “I’m proud to report that Greenfield continues to make progress on the Sustainable Greenfield Master Plan. This important work improves the community and makes Greenfield a better place to live and work through upgrades to our parks, the downtown, and across town departments, while at the same time reducing both costs to taxpayers and climate change emissions,” said Carole Collins, chair of the Sustainable Greenfield Implementation Committee.

Friday November 20, 2015
Mayor Announces Free Holiday Parking

Adapted from a Greenfield Mayor's Office press release:

Effective Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 2015, and extending through New Year’s Day, January 1, 2016, all “Pay to Park” spaces in kiosk lots will be free.  This applies to parking lots only and, in addition, “Permit Only” spaces are for those people who have purchased parking permits for the lot in question---drivers who park in those spaces without the proper permit will be ticketed.  “It is my intention to assist the downtown business owners in making holiday shopping a pleasant and festive experience for those who come to Greenfield,” said the Mayor.

Thursday November 19, 2015
Greenfield Town Council Meeting --- November 18, 2015

This meeting included the appointment of Ashli Stempel to fill the vacant Precinct 8 seat until her elected term begins; appropriations of $103,800 from Contractual Agreement Stabilization to the Negotiated Salary Account line item for settlement of contracts, $50,000 from Water Enterprise Fund Retained Earnings to purchase land to protect our water supply, & $38,100 from Capital Stabilization to the Police Budget to fund vehicles; approval of the Fiscal Year 2016 tax rate; and several charter amendments.

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