Greenwich Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency

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Proposed 120-Unit Apartment Building at 777 West Putnam Ave Clears Hurdle

At the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency meeting, Judy Moretti voiced concerns about a proposed development at 777 West Putnam Ave.

777 West Putnam Ave LLC seeks to construct a new 120 unit apartment building with over 400 parking spaces on an 8.5 acre commercial site in Greenwich, a stone’s throw from the New York state line. Neighbors turned out to oppose the proposal. Continue Reading →

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Wetlands Agency Delays Application for 3 Houses at 500 Lake Ave after Agency, Residents Question Plan

A proposal do develop 500 Lake Ave into three homes after demolishing the existing 1914 mansion went before the Wetlands Agency on Monday. The applicant wants two of the three homes to have access off Round Hill Rd, where neighbors, including the Land Trust said there are sheets of water that come off the hill that is stabilized by trees the applicant seeks to remove. Though the applicant’s engineer insisted the proposal only needed tweaking, that was just the start of Agency’s concerns with the proposal. Continue Reading →

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Sparks Fly for Iron Works Application at Late Night Wetlands Meeting in Greenwich

Attorneys for the Post Road Iron Works and the intervenors jousted for the microphone in the 11th hour on Monday night, each expressing umbrage at the other’s remarks. LPE for the applicant Carver Glezen outlined plans for remediation. There is still great concern from the town sewer department about the applicant’s calculations. Continue Reading →

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Residents Blast Proposed Iron Works Development. Wetlands Director: We’re Not Letting the Applicant Skate Through.

“At this time I recommend the agency move forward with the application and resolutely pursue establishing the extent and nature of the contamination and the means to remedy it. This is the most expeditious way to address the contamination and protect the wetlands. If the applicant does not provide a detailed remediation plan, this may be reason for denial.” – Wetlands Agency Director Patricia Sesto on Post Road Iron Works Application Continue Reading →

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