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Neighbors Slam BOE Proposal for Temporary Lighting on CMS Field; P&Z Says Come Back with More Details

At Tuesday night’s P&Z meeting, neighbors turned out with their objections to illuminating the field at CMS with temporary lights powered by generators. The superintendent and director of facilities for Greenwich Schools said they’d like to use the field for the GHS boys rugby team, which includes freshmen, JV and Varsity teams. A major concern was parents picking up students on Orchard Street where teens cut through an unlit path. Continue Reading →

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Letter to the Editor: Are Greenwich Reform Synagogue Delays Self-Made?

At the Selectman’s meeting on Oct. 2, 2014 after the Selectman approved the settlement of the Greenwich Reform Synagogue (GRS) Federal RLUIP lawsuit a co-president of GRS commented ….” respectfully ask that we make no changes to the meeting tonight.” (This was in reference to the Zoning Board of Appeals meeting to be held that night.) …..”more of an imposition for us to once again delayed and delayed and delayed”….”we respectfully ask that nothing else delay for us”….. Lets look at …. Continue Reading →

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Page 4, Paragraph B of Proposed GRS Settlement: a Door Open for Future RLUIPA claims?

During Thursday’s regularly scheduled Board of Selectmen meeting at Town Hall, Cos Cob neighbors and Selectmen discussed the RLUIPA federal lawsuit involving Town of Greenwich, ZBA and Greenwich Reform Synagogue. With great anticipation of Thursday night’s special ZBA meeting, questions required frequent consultation with attorneys on both sides. Continue Reading →

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UPDATES (2): Federal Lawsuit GRS vs Town Meetings, Baptist Church Parking SNAFUs

The draft of a settlement to be discussed in a special meeting Thursday night includes many requests from Cos Cob neighbors, but the meeting is at the same time as Cos Cob School’s long-scheduled open house. An item on the proposed settlement was added to the regularly scheduled Thursday, Oct 2 10am meeting of the Board of Selectmen. Continue Reading →

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