“Proposed legislation would override Connecticut’s stringent requirements to carry guns in public by forcing Connecticut to recognize the concealed carry permits of all out-of-state gun-toting individuals, regardless of how lax are the other states’ permitting requirements.” – Martin Buss, Greenwich
Over the summer the top bidding vendor for the job of replacing the gym floor at Greenwich High School walked Away. With the second and only other bidder for the job now at work, the estimated completion date is Nov 1.
“For too many years, the needs of the children at Hamilton Avenue have been postponed. Why the Board of Education accepted the Hamilton Avenue Project from the Building Committee with obvious flaws is beyond comprehension. Basic educational equity requires addressing this long overdue project,” said Jason Auerbach, member of the RTM and the Education Committee. Continue Reading →
“We have the highest quality educational opportunities; a balanced approach to investment in our public infrastructure using prudent, responsible and effective methods of financing; excellent services for the most vulnerable of our residents and our increasing and active senior residents.” Continue Reading →
On Sept 27, the community is invited to Joey B’s in Cos Cob to thank a cop in person. Take a chance with the dunk tank and take home a blue ribbon to tie to a tree your Greenwich neighborhood for a townwide show of gratitude to police and other first responders. Money raised will go to Greenwich Police Chief’s scholarship fund. Continue Reading →
At Combine Training in Greenwich, across from the gym, a door opens and a fog generated by the release of liquid nitrogen gas from the Cryosauna rolls into the lobby. This is the conclusion of a Whole Body Cryotherapy session. Continue Reading →