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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Mayor Names New DPW Director

From a Greenfield Mayor's Office press release:

Mayor William Martin and the Town of Greenfield are pleased to announce the appointment of Arthur Baker as the incoming Director of the Greenfield Department of Public Works. He will assume his duties on February 19, 2013.


From various press relases, we'll update this list as announcements come in:

Closing Early:  Mayor Martin announced this morning that, given the anticipated strengthening of Hurricane Sandy this afternoon, Greenfield town offices will close as of 3:00 p.m. today 10/29.

Canceled:  Monday night Second Helpings Meal at St. James Episcopal Church, Greenfield, Mon. 10/29.  The meal normally takes place at 5:30 pm.

Canceled:  Tonight’s Town Council Committee Chairs meeting has been cancelled 10/29.

Canceled:  Valley Homegrown w/The Flaming Dragons of Middle Earth 10/29.

Closing Early:  GCTV will close at 6pm tonight 10/29.

Solar Farm: See for Yourself

From a Greenfield Department of Public Works press release:

Greenfield’s 2.0 MW Solar Farm has been producing electricity since 6/19/12.  Residents can now go to the town web site and view the production statistics for the facility and monitor real time generation.  Go to the Town web site .  On the main page scroll down to “Useful Links” and click on “Solar Farm Production Information.” Once at the site you will be able to see production by the day, week, month or year (lower left hand corner).  You will also see a running total of kwh produced and the environmental offsets associated with that production.

Voluntary Water Restrictions Lifted

From a Greenfield Department of Public Works press release:

Due to the change in the weather pattern since the town issued voluntary water restrictions to conserve water wherever possible, the restriction request is being lifted.  Since 7/19/12 when the request was made the area has received almost 5 inches of rain and the forecast for the next ten days is for cooler weather and additional rain.