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There will be a protest rally on Greenfield’s City Hall steps at 7325 W. Forest Home Ave. on Thursday January 29, 2009 at 6 p.m. regardless of the outcome to the special meeting on sex offender vote proposed by alderwoman Linda Lubotsky.
The Greenfield Common Council will hold a special meeting Wednesday night at which alderman are expected to reconsider their vote last week to reject a sex offender residency ordinance.
The council voted 3-2 Tuesday to reject the ordinance
Aldermen voting against the measure said they had not heard any complaints about sex offenders and questioned whether the ordinance would be effective.
A new ordinance is expected to come to the council's Legislative Committee in the coming weeks.
Aldermen voting to deny - Donald Almquist, Shirley Saryan and Tom Pietrowski - said they have not heard any complaints about sex offenders and questioned whether the ordinance would be effective.