At tonight’s Planning and Zoning meeting, the commission will entertain an application for a final site plan and special permit for additions and alterations to the office building at 599 West Putnam Ave. The building is behind an old stone wall, which has an old cottage built into it. The applicant wants to demolish the entire wall and cottage, in order to build a landscaped seating terrace. The current wall is 6 ft high and the applicant proposes a lower wall along the sidewalk 3 ft high, and then set back 10 ft they propose a second wall.
Planning & Zoning Commission will entertain an application for a final site plan and special permit to demolish the building at 59 East Putnam Ave where Corbo’s has operated. The applicant seeks to construct a new mixed-use two-story brick building to house a restaurant and retail food establishment.
The mobile app “Access Greenwich” will allow residents to upload photos on-the-go. Maybe it’s a fire hydrant buried in snow. Maybe it’s cars speeding on a quiet lane. The First Selectman said it will help the Selectmen validate requests to the BET. It will also provide data to measure responsiveness at Town Hall. Continue Reading →
“A safer and investment friendly Bridgeport positively affects us all throughout the state. Bridgeport has some great restaurants, parks, the Beardsley zoo and of course the Bluefish! Mayor Finch as the leader has an unimpeachable character! Attracting investment to this wonderful city, creating jobs and giving people a sense of purpose and community; that’s what Mayor Finch is all about!” – Joe Kaliko Continue Reading →
“I’m planning a picnic in the Hudson Valley. I thought that I might take along my Peanut Butter Bars, as bars are typically good travelers. Plus, they’re no-bake and super easy to make.” – Victoria Hart Glavin of Tiny New York Kitchen Continue Reading →
The family will receive friends from 4:00-8:00 pm on Wednesday, August 5 at Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home at 31 Arch Street in Greenwich. A memorial mass will be held on Friday, August 7, 2015, at 10:00am at St. Roch’s Church, 10 St Roch Ave, in Greenwich. Continue Reading →
Bruce Museum’s Seaside Center drew a crowd on Sunday. Six Greenwich High School students of Andy Bramante presented their projects, science fair style, with prize money and certificates to be won. There was a tie for “People’s Choice” and a tie for second place. The winner of first place was Margaret Cirino.
“Basically I created a drug delivery device that dissolves over time and is motorized via magnetic fields,” Margaret explained. “It means that you can have localized drug delivery and extended release at the same time.” Continue Reading →
Greenwich is undertaking a major initiative to encourage residents to compost their leaves and use them to mulch their lawns. Conservation Commission’s Denise Savageau and senior analyst Aleksandra Moch presented an overview of the plan on Thursday at TownHall. For starters, there will be composting bins at Riverside School and Eastern Middle School, where workshops will be scheduled and children will form clubs and even have composting added to the curriculum in 2nd and 7th grade. Continue Reading →
“Tomato harvest is upon us and you may want to consider drying some of your lovely tomatoes for future use. Soft, oven-dried tomatoes are delicious with greens and fresh mozzarella.” – Victoria Hart Glavin of Tiny New York Kitchen Continue Reading →
The Red Chair Players will debut Clickbait, an original production exploring the American teen’s relationship to the digital universe, at 7:00pm August 1 at Greenwich Academy’s Black Box Studio Theater. Running time is just over an hour. Continue Reading →
Babcock Preserve’s latest family-friendly nature trail is a lovely weekend escape for families with young children and/or dogs on leashes. Cool, shady, and bug-free before sunset, this must-see StoryWalk is Greenwich Academy junior Sophia Ferraro’s Girl Scout Gold Award project. Continue Reading →