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All About Open Studios 2023
Open Studios is right around the corner and, for art lovers, October is a month to celebrate, discover, and visit the rich community of artists of this region. Joining host Christine Barrington o...
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South County’s First Dispensary Opens
Higher Level, a local cannabis retailer, has opened a new dispensary. It is the first in South Monterey County.
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Greenfield Seeks Public Input on Recreational Programs
Greenfield held a public input meeting Aug. 26 with around 30 people sharing opinions on what type of recreational activities they would like to see in the city. Input was varied, but residents were vocal.
Reserve Firefighters Join Greenfield Fire Department
Six new reserve firefighters have finished onboarding training at Greenfield Fire Department, the city announced. They will be officially sworn in during the Greenfield City Council meeting in September.
Greenfield City Council Gives Thumbs Up to Sidewalk Improvements
Greenfield City Council members have approved a contract to improve sidewalks and accessible parking. Acting Public Works Director John Alves said improvements would include a walkway in front of Cesar Chavez Elementary School and crosswalk wheelchair ramps on El Camino Real.
Greenfield City Council Calls for Cops
Mayor Lance Walker said the city of Greenfield should budget three new police officer positions after the council listened to a presentation from Chief of Police Gregory Allen.
Greenfield City Manager Cites Site Issues With Signage Delay
“You don’t really feel like you’re home yet,” Mayor Pro Tem Angela Untalon said regarding the city’s lack of welcome signs on Highway 101.
Greenfield Moves Ahead on Rec Center
After a planning process that included six public workshops and more than 1,000 surveys, the city is ready to seek state funding for a new recreation center and park project.
Greenfield Firefighters Train for Multi-Story Blazes
Constructed of shipping containers, the new facility allows the Greenfield Fire Department to practice entering and ventilating buildings.