Letter: Committed to Greenfield
For starters I would like to say Isaac is one of the most compassionate, smart people that I know. He truly cares about our home town. He believes in change and growth and has his priorities set.
Isaac started at a young age in town politics, something we as a community don’t see very often these days. He educated himself early on to become a fine prominent member of this community.
Isaac was born and raised in Greenfield’s community. Isaac is married with three children and is very active in the Greenfield school system. He has served in the past on the Greenfield’s Town Council prior to giving up his seat when he was deployed to Bosnia. He also helped with Citizens for Growth for Greenfield and is a well-known local attorney with an office on Main Street.
I like Isaac and the majority of voters of this town voted for a big box more than once and would like to see a retail store as a catalyst for growth and jobs. I work full-time in community service and am a full-time caregiver to both my elderly aging parents. We need a place to shop that is convenient. We would like to spend our money in Greenfield and most times find it impossible because there is not a place to bring them conveniently. This also keeps them as “shut-ins” most of the time. Greenfield needs to become the shopping destination it used to be. Isaac has a commitment to grow Greenfield and that’s something families need.
Isaac has views on paying reasonable taxes.
I believe in Isaac’s strong priorities and commitment for Greenfield’s future. I hope you will vote for Isaac Mass, at-large councilor, on June 10 at the Grange Hall.