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Greenfield Ways & Means Meeting --- May 15, 2018

Last night, in a short meeting, committee members discussed their recommendation regarding the mayor's proposed Fiscal Year 2019 Operating Budget.  The full council will vote on the allocations, and any amendments, at a special meeting on May 23rd.

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Greenfield Ways & Means Meeting --- May 1, 2018

On Tuesday night, committee members looked at departmental allocations in the mayor's proposed Fiscal Year 2019 Operating Budget having to do with infrastructure, including the Department of Public Works (DPW) and the Franklin Regional Transit Authority (FRTA).

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Greenfield Ways & Means Meeting --- April 18, 2018

Last night, Committee Chair Ashli Stempel facilitated councilors' discussion, and Q & As with department heads, in order for this body to make recommendations about the mayor's proposed Fiscal Year 2019 Capital Budget to the full council.

Greenfield Ways & Means Meeting --- April 17, 2018

At this Fiscal Year 2019 Operating Budget Meeting, Greenfield Police Chief Haigh answered questions about his budget as councilors looked at the allocations for all public safety departments.

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Greenfield Ways & Means Meeting --- April 10, 2018

At their first FY 2019 Operating Budget Meeting, committee members asked questions of Mayor Martin (right) and Greenfield Finance Director Braccia (left).

Beat the Summer Blahs, Make a Movie!

If this is the season when you have more time on your hands, or the weather (when it isn't pouring) is luring you outdoors, perhaps now is the time to start working on your entry for this year's Pioneer Valley Transition Towns Film Festival (PVTTFF).

The Wealth and Sustainability Paradox

From an Inner Fortune press release:

Money. Environmental sustainability. With the current economic woes rocking our country and the global economy, and the approaching threat of global warming related catastrophes, these two themes seem more pressing now than ever before. Finding the proper balance between monetary prosperity and environmental and social responsibility may seem like an impossibility. Through a carefully constructed free two-hour workshop offered by Inner Fortune, and held at the Jones Library (43 Amity St., Amherst, MA 01002) at 7PM on March 19, participants will examine the role that these two desires play in their own lives, and work to find an ideal balance between the two.

Need Help With Your Mortgage?

Adapted from a State Representative Denise Andrews' Office press release:

Representative Denise Andrews and representatives from foreclosure prevention programs from across the region will come together, on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM, to spread the news about resources available to homeowners facing or at-risk of foreclosure.  The town hall meeting is the second forum in a series of events for local residents.  Speakers will briefly introduce their programs and there will be time afterwards for homeowners to meet individually with program representatives.

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