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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Dr. Alan Robinson

At the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast on March 28, 2014, Dr. Alan Robinson, of the Isenberg School of Management, addressed the local business community.  Prior to the professor's talk, Mik Muller gave a brief plug for Greenfield exploring becoming a municipal internet service provider.

FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Medical Marijuana

At the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast on February 28, 2014, representatives of three medical marijuana dispensaries vying to open in Franklin County introduced themselves to the community.

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.

FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Congressman Jim McGovern

At the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast on January 24, 2014, Massachusetts Representative James McGovern spoke about hunger, poverty, and politics.

FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Citizen of the Year 2013

At the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast on December 20, 2013, The Recorder announced that former Montague Police Chief Raymond Zukowski was their Citizen of the Year.

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.

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FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Where is Our Economy Headed?

At the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast on November 22, 2013, the president of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, Michael Widmer, spoke about where the Massachusetts economy is headed and the long-term picture for state finances.

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.

It's All About Balance

November 22, 2013

Michael Widmer, president of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, shares how he wants the relationship between government income and expenses to work.

FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Plans for MGM Springfield

At the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast on October 25, 2013, MGM's Vice President of Global Gaming Development, Mike Mathis, explained what a proposed casino in Springfield could mean for our area.

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