Greenfield City Council

After losing its city administrator, Kathryn McCullum, late in 2013, the Greenfield City Council hired an interim administrator and began the search for a permanent candidate. Applicants were reviewed by the city’s Employee Review Committee, and two top candidates were interviewed by council members, and by the council as a whole Friday, Jan. 31. Interviews [...]

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The Greenfield City Council meeting conducted on Jan. 7 settled several housekeeping issues, but began with commentary by resident Joe Lepore. Lepore commended the city’s Public Works Department for winter storm maintenance, calling their plowing efforts “outstanding.” He said that the crew, under the direction of Greenfield Public Works Supervisor Jeremy Ketcher, met the needs [...]

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The Greenfield City Council, at its Dec. 17 meeting, appointed two commissioners to three-year terms on the Greenfield Planning Commission. In a work session preceding the meeting, three candidates were interviewed for two seats. Two of the candidates, Jack Dukes and Michael Hoekstra, are already serving on the commission, their terms running through the end [...]

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The Greenfield City Council met Dec. 3 to approve the final tax levy for 2014, as well as the final budget. A public hearing relating to the levy was held during this meeting, giving residents the opportunity to speak directly to the council prior to its final approval. In September, the council approved a preliminary [...]

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Council to hire interim candidate The Greenfield City Council, at its Nov. 19 meeting, accepted the resignation of Greenfield City Administrator Kathryne McCullum, with a Dec. 6 effective date. McCullum has been with the city for five years, three of them as administrator. Councilor Mike Erickson called McCullum a welcome friend to the city and [...]

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City touts new city logo The Greenfield City council meeting of Nov. 5 included staff reports and discussion over a preliminary plat for a six-site housing development as well as the adoption of a new logo-and-slogan brand for the city. A preliminary plat for River Bend Estates, Second Edition was presented to the council. The [...]

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The Greenfield City Council discussed application and participation in Watershed Restoration Assessment Protection Projects  – that would assess major watershed basins and work toward creating a baseline of watershed and wetland conditions – at length at its Oct. 1 meeting. At the council’s Sept. 17 meeting, Crow River Organization of Water Coordinator Diane Sander explained [...]

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