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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Greenfield Water Meter Forum

Recorded March 22, 2018

Hear directly from Greenfield Department of Public Works Director Don Ouellette about the need for, and ways to implement, improvements to the city's water meters and meter reading system.

Greenfield Waste Forum

February 22, 2018

Hear directly from Greenfield Department of Public Works Director Don Ouellette about possible changes and improvements to the city's trash collection and disposal systems.

Greenfield Election Results are In!

November 7, 2017

Penny Ricketts & Ashli Stempel came out on top in the Councilor At Large race and the non-binding ballot question to tax marijuana passed.  Click WATCH NOW>> to see complete results.

Preliminary Election Results are In!

September 12, 2017

Joe Gochinski is the only At Large Councilor candidate who will NOT be moving on to the Greenfield Town Election on November 7th.  Click the "READ MORE>>" link to see complete results.

One Hot Item

April 28, 2016

This afternoon, in less than two hours, Greenfield's fire department sold out of the town's historic alarm boxes.

Presidential Primary Results are In!

March 1, 2016

Here in Greenfield, Bernie Sanders won the contested Democratic Primary and Donald Trump topped the Republican ticket.  Click the "watch now" link to see complete results, including newly elected town and state committee members.

Greenfield Election Results are In!

November 3, 2015

Mayor Martin fended off a close challenge from Patty Morey Walker to keep his position and the ballot question relating to creation of a municipal internet service provider (ISP) has passed.  Click the "READ MORE>>" link to see complete results. *Updated at 4:30PM on November 4th.

Burning Questions

September 29, 2015

Last night, area residents had a chance to hear about best practices for health & safety related to wood & pellet stoves.

Tonight's Master Plan Unveiling POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER

This just in from Carole Collins, Greenfield's Energy/Sustainability Coordinator:

In light of the coming snow storm, we have decided to postpone tonight’s meeting to the snow date of January 29th.  This was not an easy decision to make, but if it does snow as predicted, Greenfield Community College will close its campus.  The Mayor’s office was contacted by GCC President Bob Pura to advise of this situation, and it seems the best course of action is to postpone the meeting now in order to reach as many people as possible with the snow date rather than waiting until later this afternoon for the weather to turn.

Greenfield Master Plan Unveiling 1/21/14

Adapted from a Greenfield Master Plan Committee press release:

Sustainable Greenfield, the place where you belong.  On Tuesday, January 21st, at 6:30 pm, in Greenfield Community College’s Sloan Theater, come hear what YOU - Greenfield residents - want for our future!  Greenfield's Master Plan Committee will be sharing visions, goals, and strategies for creating a more sustainable, vibrant, equitable, and resilient community.  Come learn what YOU can do to be part of it all – and make it happen!

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