The Greenfield Leek: Campaign Signs Cause a Stir Among “Our” Community; QR Code Holds Key

The Greenfield Leek: Campaign Signs Cause a Stir Among “Our” Community; QR Code Holds Key

The Greenfield Leek Campaign Signs Cause a Stir Among “Our Community; QR Code Holds Key By Donna L Duck Wednesday, August 14, 2019 Campaign season is in full swing as signs have sprouted in lawns around Greenfield. In particular, the signs promoting mayoral candidate Brickett Allis caused a bit of a stir; The one-word sticking…

The Greenfield Leek: Clay Oven Returns; Cites Lack of Full-Time Health Inspectors

The Greenfield Leek: Clay Oven Returns; Cites Lack of Full-Time Health Inspectors

The Greenfield Leek Clay Oven Returns; Cites Lack of Full-Time Health Inspectors By Donna L Duck Monday, January 7, 2019 Greenfield—Just 18 months after Clay Oven was required to close by the Board of Health, the restaurant is slated to reopen next month in the former Country Jeweler storefront. Clay Oven was reprimanded on three…

The Greenfield Leek: City Council weighs new library proposal amid bloom of Little Free Libraries

The Greenfield Leek City Council weighs new library proposal amid bloom of Little Free Libraries By Donna L. Duck Wednesday, November 28, 2018 As signs have gone up around town stating “New Library, Yes!,” City of Greenfield residents may have also noticed new Little Free Library boxes pop up as well. At least three new…

Greenfield needs a real, codified plan for its tree stock, or else we will always be fighting over individual trees.

Greenfield needs a real, codified plan for its tree stock, or else we will always be fighting over individual trees.

I was not able to make it to last night’s tree hearing at Town Hall, but the Recorder has a reasonably good summary of the proceedings: Seven trees on Norwood Street once slated for removal are now safe, and gas line installation in tree belts will be on hold until at least Monday, according to…

It seems like millenials and seniors are looking for mostly the same stuff in downtown Greenfield.

It seems like millenials and seniors are looking for mostly the same stuff in downtown Greenfield.

Following the publication in The Atlantic last week of Alana Semuels’ article about Greenfield and its fight against big-box retail, I have a bunch of interesting conversations and debates on the topic. I shared a Facebook post by Precinct 7 Councilor Otis Wheeler responding to the article. According to Otis, What if the prominence of…