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Sunday photo, 2/25/24
This is a photo of a piece of artwork on the wall in the radiology department.
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The second most populous city in the Salinas Valley, fast-growing Greenfield doubled in population from 1990 to 2010. Greenfield also has approved more multiple residential lots for growth than any other south county city. Its estimated population of 17,516 has a median household income of $37,602. Agriculture is the dominant industry, though vineyards, wineries and wine tasting rooms are also flourishing. Coming soon is the Yanks Air Museum, with a large private collection of World War II–era American fighters, dive bombers, and torpedo bombers.
The five members of the Greenfield City Council are elected at large to serve four-year terms. Meetings are held twice a month and are open to the public.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)02/09/2024
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
PUBLIC NOTICE - UNCLAIMED FUNDS12/13/2023
PUBLIC NOTICE - UNCLAIMED FUNDS
Planning Commissioner Application Available12/01/2023
Planning Commissioner Application Available
From King City Rustler...
Greenfield Fire Department has recognized a local utility gas technician for proper intervention in a carbon monoxide situation in Greenfield.
From Salinas Valley Tribune...
The County of Monterey Health Department’s Public Health Bureau is the recipient of a $250,262 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety to support its Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Program in the city of Greenfield.
From Monterey County Weekly...
In less than two months, Greenfield’s District 1 has had three representatives. Now a lawsuit claims the latest appointment was done without proper notification, as required by the Brown Act.
Earlier this month, the cities of Gonzales, Soledad, Greenfield and King City rejected three proposals they received for waste hauling services.
Sen. Anna Caballero stopped by Greenfield and Soledad to present checks for $1 million and $400,000, respectively, to Greenfield for radio transmission and reception upgrades and to the Soledad-Mission Recreation District.
City of Greenfield
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