Greenfield Council to Choose New President

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Greenfield Council to Choose New President

The Greenfield Town Council gets a new president today. The new council will meet at six tonight at the Greenfield Planning office to elect a new president, vice-president and council clerk. Current President David Singer’s two-year term is up, and the job is likely to go to current council vice-president Mark Wisnewski. The council vice-presidency is expected to go to Precinct 6 Councilor Hillary Hoffman. The new council president will be responsible for appointing all subcommittee and subcommittee chairs for the next year.


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