Grant will aid revitalization plans


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Focus on the future: Downtown Greenfield is featured each year during the Riley Festival. A $40,000 state grant will be used to study how to improve this historic area.


GREENFIELD — Downtown Greenfield will be put under a microscope in the coming year as the city makes use of a $40,000 state grant to boost economic development in the area.

Greenfield received a Downtown Revitalization Plan grant from the Office of Community and Rural Affairs. Combined with the city’s required 10 percent match and contributions from Greenfield Main Street and the Hancock County Tourism Commission, the year-long project has a budget of near $58,000.

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