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Greenfield Cable Advisory Committee Meeting --- May 18, 2017

After spending last two months reading over the first cable contract proposal that Comcast submitted back in March, the Greenfield Cable Advisory Committee (CAC) spent the majority of this meeting formally reviewing it.  Then, committee members rejected that offer.

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Greenfield Cable Advisory Committee Meeting --- March 30, 2017

At last night's meeting, Greenfield Cable Advisory Committee (CAC) received the first cable contract proposal from Comcast.  As well they looked at potential capital funding and the possibility of switching our signal to digital and HD.

 

Greenfield Cable Advisory Committee Meeting --- July 28, 2016

At last night's meeting, Greenfield Cable Advisory Committee (CAC) members acknowledged the overwhelming public support shown for GCTV.

Greenfield Cable Advisory Committee Meeting --- June 23, 2016

The Greenfield Cable Advisory Committee (CAC) held a short public hearing for the purpose of obtaining input regarding issues of past & present performance and present & future community needs pursuant to the committee’s renegotiation of a Cable Video Services contract between the City of Greenfield and Comcast of Massachusetts/Virginia Inc.

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We Want Your Input

Here are two great opportunities for you to tell us what you think and help us out:

On Tuesday, at our board of directors’ annual meeting, several vacancies were announced. You don’t have to have TV experience to be on our board, just live in Greenfield and have a passion to help us grow. We really want our governing body to be made up of a diverse group of people, so women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply. Bring your strengths to our table!

CRE to Hold Public Forum on Wood Burning

Adapted from a Greenfield Town Council CRE Committee press release:

On Monday, September 28, 2015, the Greenfield Town Council's Community Relations & Education (CRE) Committee will host a forum on the human health and environmental impacts of residential wood burning and will present information on wood burning practices that improve air quality and energy efficiency.  Anyone attending will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss ideas.

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