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new GHS

What's Next?

May 2, 2012

A day after the community voted to approve the debt exclusion to build a new high school, we talked to the superintendent about where the process goes from here.

Special Reflection on Debt Exclusion Vote

Upon arrival at the high school around 7:50pm we found an electric atmosphere.  Usually it’s very quiet when our staff arrives to receive vote totals but, probably due to a higher than average voter turnout, this time was quite different.  There was a buzz in the air and everyone seemed to be on the move.  As usual, the Town Clerk, her staff, and volunteers worked quickly to get the totals recorded and out to the press.  Superintendent Hollins was on hand to get the totals as well and we’ll work to get you an interview with her tomorrow.  Another new thing for this

Keeping You Informed About Local Government

This is a very busy time for local officials.  It’s budget season so the ways & means committee is meeting every week, on Tuesday voters will go to the polls to decide whether or not to approve a proposition 2 ½ override to build a new high school, and our regular town election will be June 12th.  GCTV's staff is working hard to make sure that information about all of these events is available to anyone who wants it.

Greenfield School Committee Meeting---April 19, 2012

April 19, 2012

This meeting was recorded live in the library at Greenfield High School (GHS).  Due to technical difficulties, some portions of this meeting were not recorded.  One of those was a short presentation by Jim Byrne, Project Manager for the proposed new GHS.  He made the same presentation to the Greenfield Town Council the night before and you can watch that meeting here (Mr. Byrne begins speaking about 5 minutes into the meeting).

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Absentee Ballots Available for 5/1/12 Debt Exclusion Vote

From a Greenfield Town Clerk's Office press release:

Absentee Ballots are available for the Special Town Election which will be held May 1, 2012. Voters are reminded the last day to apply for an absentee ballot for this election is 12:00 noon on Monday April 30, 2012. Voters may vote at the Town Clerk's Office until that date and time or may request an absentee ballot by mail. Requests for Absentee Ballots should be submitted well in advance of the Election date.  For information on how to apply, call the Town Clerk’s Office at 772-1555 x 112.  The Greenfield Town Clerk’s Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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