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Selectmen Mull GHS Student Parking, Double Parking, Lack of Compliance on Drop off and Pick Up Agreement

First Selectman Peter Tesei asked for more aggressive police enforcement against double parking on Hillside Road. Tesei suggested a working committee be formed to explore smoother drop off and pick up. The committee would include either himself or another selectman, two or three Hillside neighbors, Greenwich Police, Dept of Public Works, school administration, Headmaster Dr. Winters, Director of Safety & Security Thomas Bobkowski and perhaps members of the PTA. Continue Reading →

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Registered Republican Supports Litvack: “Greenwich Needs a Fresh Voice”

“I am a registered Republican and former supporter of Peter Tesei. Yet, I believe a fresh voice is needed in Town Hall, someone with vision and experience. That man is Sandy Litvack. …Sandy wants to keep our taxes where they are and grow the tax base by attracting new businesses to Greenwich along with new, young homeowners.” – Ashley Cole, Greenwich Continue Reading →

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Tesei: Why I’m Running for Another Term as Greenwich First Selectman

“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 →

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Tesei on Charlottesville: Greenwich Republican Officials Abhor and Detest Behavior of White Supremacists and Nazis

During his weekly WGCH 1490 radio show First Selectman Peter Tesei talked to a caller asking why she hadn’t heard him speak to the events at Charlottesville last Saturday. Tesei said Greenwich Republicans abhor and detest the behavior of Nazis and white supremacists, but that the vigil organized by Indivisible Greenwich was partisan. Continue Reading →

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A Lesson in Humanity: Diversity Training at Town Hall Packs the House with “Agents of Change”

During a 3-hour diversity training workshop akin to Names Day at Greenwich High School, 66 town leaders talked about stereotypes, hate, bigotry and the power of allies. All agreed that silence is deadly. Personal anecdotes were powerful. Continue Reading →

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Farricker: Letter to Greenwich Republicans

“Greenwich is responsible for 10% of ALL the money that the State has to spend. However, all we get back is about 0.25% and that is wrong. The fact is that our local administration has decided that fighting Hartford is more important than getting what we deserve which may be satisfying but it gets us nothing at all…. My priority is getting our fiscal house in order in a way that benefits all of the residents of Greenwich and if those ideas are considered “Republican” ideas, so be it.” – Frank Farricker, candidate for First Selectman Continue Reading →

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