At Wednesday’s Parks & Rec board meeting, Gary Dell’Abate was elevated from member to vice chair. During the meeting there was discussion about the situation with dogs at Greenwich Point in winter months.
Most fires reported in December-February are home heating fires. Have a qualified professional clean and inspect heating equipment and chimneys every year. Remember to turn off portable heaters when leaving the room or going to bed. Always use the right kind of fuel, specified by the manufacturer, for fuel burning space heaters.
“The holiday season is an emotionally charged time for anyone who has experienced a loss. While joy and festivities surround us, those who grieve are going through the motions with a heavy heart.” – Jennifer Graziano, owner of Coxe & Graziano Funeral Home in Greenwich
A number of residents turned out for a walking tour of the ravine behind New Lebanon School to see what trees would be removed should a new school be built in the ravine. After the tour there was a public hearing. The Parks & Rec conference room was standing room only and several Byram residents and representatives of the Tree Conservancy voiced serious concern on several fronts.
Check out the resident satisfaction survey results. For the 2016 survey, 5,153 telephone numbers were called to a random sample of residents 18 years of age and older. A total of 411 interviews were completed. Continue Reading →
Parents and adults, you have a legal responsibility to stop anyone under the age of 21 to possess alcohol on your property. Police offer guidelines to help keep your older teens safe and underage parties alcohol-free Continue Reading →
“Thieves look for easy targets, particularly in the overnight hours.”It only takes a second to open a door, grab a wallet and leave. If anyone sees someone acting suspiciously, they should call the police.” – Lt. Kraig Gray, Greenwich Police Continue Reading →
A funeral service will be held on Friday December 9, 2016, at the First Baptist Church, 10 Northfield St.
Charlene Abdal is most notably known for her work in the Town of Greenwich where she worked for 34 years, starting out as a clerk and making her way up to the executive assistant where she worked in that capacity for 34 years for 11 first selectmen. Continue Reading →
The Southern CT Synchronized Skating team (SCSS) of the Shadows, Shimmers, and the Sprites, includes four girls from Greenwich: Adeline Hawley, SCSS Shimmers; Talia Klein, SCSS Shimmers; Jennie Olmsted, SCSS Sprites; and Julia Peldunas, SCSS Sprites. Continue Reading →