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City employees (such as the ones shown here) typically wear clothes that identify them as such. The city still will furnish clothing, but it no longer will use a uniform company to provide it. The change is expected to save about $38,000. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)
GREENFIELD — Think it’s expensive to shop for clothes?
Mayor Dick Pasco got sticker shock when he realized how much the city was spending every year on uniforms for city employees: $92,000.
So, Pasco began hunting for a bargain.
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