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GHS Neighbors Blast Schools Super During “What If” Presentation on Options for Lighting and Cardinal Field Upgrades

While Greenwich Schools superintendent Dr. Jill Gildea said the idea of Monday’s meeting was to connect with neighbors and get feedback on improving lighting and Cardinal field, neighbors saw it differently, arguing that GHS has been a bad neighbor and that the overture was disingenuous. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Board of Ed May Consent to Town Litigation of 2003 Lighting Restrictions for GHS Fields

An item has been added by Peter Sherr to Thursday night’s Board of Education meeting agenda to take up the possibility of litigating a 2003 agreement concerning lighting of fields at Greenwich High School. Continue Reading →

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Selectmen Debate: Tesei and Litvack Scuffle over Greenwich’s Economic Development

Topics included the controversial re-branding campaign for Greenwich, diminished presence of hedge funds, expansion of Westchester airport, lack of affordable housing and the scourge of developers using loopholes intended to incentivize affordable housing to create monstrosities, and the lousy Grass Island Dog Park. Continue Reading →

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GHS Cardinal Stadium Lighting Upgrades and Deed Restrictions Leave Greenwich Hamstrung. Again.

With the new school year ringing in a change in start time at GHS, the concern that shorter daylight hours for sports games and practices is being weighed against the outdated lighting in Cardinal Stadium and deed restrictions resulting from a settlement with residential neighbors.

Town attorney Wayne Fox said nothing has been decided regarding legal action to overturn the stipulations in a 2003 court order. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Class of 2017 Encouraged to Create a Less Toxic, Less Troll-Filled World

Commencement speaker Alisyn Camerota told the class of 2017 they are graduating into a divided, toxic world where national discourse is punctuated by anonymous trolls. She urged graduates to take lessons learned at Names Day and in the Kindness Campaign out into the world and be good listeners. Continue Reading →

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Greening our Children: Facts Misrepresented to BOE on Organic Turf

“Our objective is not to advocate for any particular product, but simply to ensure an informed and transparent decision-making process. Based on what we heard last night, we see that the Turf Committee is not considering all the relevant data, and the facts have not been fairly presented to the Board.” – Alex Bergstein and Abby Levy of Greeningourchildren.org Continue Reading →

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