Kate Hohorst is organizing a collection of masks and gloves for hospitals with shortages. She has bins on her front porch at 107 Maple. “Just pop it in the box. No need to knock on the door or touch anything,” she said.
Glenville Shell is an essential business. There is no hand-to-hand contact with customers. They offer single use gas mitts for customers to pump gas. Employees are wiping down gas pumps with disinfectant. They continue to offer service/repairs, and customer pick up and delivery are available. They use steering wheel covers and floor mats, and disinfect steering wheels, knobs and handles.
Per the governor’s order, hotels and short term rentals will reserved exclusively for essential workers. This includes managed units, B&Bs, hotels, motels, Airbnb, VRBO and timeshares. Continue Reading →
“As for the ones that stay open, it’s appalling and selfish, especially when the professionals are telling you the epic peak is coming in the next three weeks and then will take months to decline.” – David D’Andrea, Greenwich Continue Reading →
“It is not a formal application. It is not a Municipal Improvement. They are coming in under the pre-application process, as permitted under 7-159(b) of Connecticut General Statutes. This allows for an applicant to discuss a concept with the Planning & Zoning Commission. It is non binding.” – Katie DeLuca on the GHS stadium pre-application Continue Reading →
Greenwich resident Kevin Thomas Duffy presided over high profile trials of organized crime figures and terrorists behind the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. He died on Wednesday at Greenwich Hospital from Covid-19. Continue Reading →
“Way too many groups, mostly of teenagers, walking and playing and hanging too close together, playing ball, actually shaking hands, and ignoring all of the social distancing guidelines.” – Guy L Smith Continue Reading →