Richard Maitland, chair of the P&Z commission, was narrowly approved by the RTM Land Use Committee for another term. Several members said they felt the commission was pro-developers and not placing a high enough priority on neighborhoods.
There were so many people packed into the town hall meeting room Wednesday night that the debate was interrupted fire marshal. People blocking aisles, standing in the back and sides of the room were required to leave.
Marlowe thought he found his forever home with a local family, but due to unfortunate circumstances, he will be homeless again. According to his owner, he is a smart, sweet-natured, healthy 5 year-old 60 lb. American Staffordshire Terrier mix. Continue Reading →
“Laura has an in-depth understanding of the economy and financial markets and was able to make complex ideas easy to understand for the average CNN Financial News viewer.” – Maris Schwartz, Former Editor, CNN Financial News Continue Reading →
“This is the picture of legislators working ‘tirelessly and effectively for our town and our state’? Special interest tax breaks? Anti-abortion bills designed to circumvent Roe v Wade? Massive cuts to our universities? Huge tax increases on public school teachers? Weakening our gun laws? Membership in an NRA front group? Racist voter suppression? That’s what voters should consider ‘good work’?” – Sean Goldrick Continue Reading →
“Livvy Floren has won numerous leadership and community service awards during the past eighteen years for her tireless dedication and commitment to seeking support for effective solutions to our crucial, ever-changing community needs.” Davidde Strackbein, Chair of the Greenwich Historical Society Continue Reading →
Around 4:00am on Sunday police responded to a report of a crash on Delavan Ave and Byram Shore Rd. When they arrived they found two cars parked in the left turn lane to get onto the I95 north ramp. Continue Reading →