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    2. Kennametal announces $5 million and 70-job expansion in Greenfield continuing Greenfield Tap & Die legacy

      Kennametal announces $5 million and 70-job expansion in Greenfield continuing Greenfield Tap & Die legacy
      ... of taps , dies and similar industrial products still headquartered in the United States. In a news release, Mayor William Martin thanked Western Massachusetts Electric Company, Berkshire Gas and the Massachusetts Offic...
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    3. Greenfield Launches Technology Master Plan

      Greenfield Launches Technology Master Plan
      We will have the ability to provide Internet access to many of our citizens who cannot currently access the Internet today or are prevented from a rapid and broad connection. Beginning in 2010, Martin and Economic Development Director Robert Pyers began an effort to focus on the towns lack of telecommunications and information-technology infrastructure. They believed that an investment in technology would help spur economic development, enhance public-health and public-safety ...
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  2. About William Martin

    Mayor of Greenfield

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    1. I am pleased to continue to serve the interests of the Commonwealth and its cities and towns, and Greenfield in particular.
      In Gov. Charlie Baker taps Greenfield Mayor William Martin to serve on local government advisory panel
    2. This administration seems genuinely interested in working with leadership from across the state, and I am proud to assist in that effort.
      In Gov. Charlie Baker taps Greenfield Mayor William Martin to serve on local government advisory panel
    3. This is very good news, particularly as we issue the bonds for our new high school. This is a credit to hard work by everyone on our finance team as well as the Town Council for working with us to position and protect the Town's future capital projects.
      In Greenfield receives bond upgrade from Standard & Poor's
    4. Parking is going to be critical to the success of all of these buildings.
      In Historic downtown looks to bright future
    5. Any way the town can help, we'll work with building owners all the way through to keep the momentum going.
      In Historic downtown looks to bright future