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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Mayor Seeks Additional Members for Town Boards

This just in from a Greenfield Mayor's Office press release:

The Greenfield Board of Health is seeking a 3rd member as required by Town Charter. The Town Charter requires that the Board of Health consist of 3 members appointed by the Mayor, calling for one of those members to be a physician or a licensed qualified health care professional. The current members are Janina Thayer, RN, and Dr. William Doyle, thus meeting the qualified health care professional requirement. The vacancy comes as Dr. David Taylor, a former local chiropractor resigned in December after accepting a job in Texas.

Greenfield to be Featured on Channel 40 Monday

Adapted from a Greenfield Mayor's Office press release:

On Monday, December 16th, Greenfield will be the featured community on the WABC/Channel 40 nightly broadcast, live on the town common from 5:00-6:30 p.m. The broadcast will highlight a variety of happenings around the town, from holiday shopping at Wilson’s to construction of the new Greenfield High School. A local charity, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County, will be the focus of donations during the broadcast, not just from passersby but also via a link on the WABC 40 website.

Don't Forget, Free Parking Starts Today!

Adapted from a Greenfield Mayor's Office press release:

On Friday, November 22nd, Mayor William F. Martin announced that effective Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 2013, and extending through New Year’s Day, January 1, 2014, all parking in kiosk lots (NOT metered spaces!) will be free.

GPS Gives Partnership Award to World Eye Books

From a World Eye Bookshop press release dated 6/13/12:

On June 7th, World Eye Bookshop was presented with the 1st Annual Partnership Award from Greenfield Public Schools at a special breakfast ceremony.  This award is presented to a local business that has shown dedication to their schools and students.  World Eye has presented Middle School Author Nights for two years, facilitated the Pen Pal Program for two years, offers a progressive discount for all school book orders, and runs book fairs, providing an alternative to large, mass-produced book fairs.