A proposed text amendment to the CGIO zone might make possible a 70 unit residential development with significant public parking underground, a public park at the corner of Lewis and Benedict Place, indoor community space for meetings and a pedestrian connector to Greenwich Ave.
“A walk at the beach can put residents in harm’s way. Seriously. Dog owners continue to insist that they are above the Law and can let their dog run free on the walking trails at Greenwich Point. This behavior creates a problem.”
A Memorial gathering will be held Tuesday, December 12 from 2:00-6:00pm at Coxe & Graziano Funeral Home, 134 Hamilton Ave., Greenwich. Reception to follow at 67 Caroline Place, Greenwich. Continue Reading →
Environmental consultant, Langan, recently analyzed 52 more soil samples collected at one foot below ground surface and found that:
• 8 soil samples contained PCBs above the state Residential Direct Exposure Criteria
• 1 soil sample, taken at the eastern edge of the southern softball field had PCBs above the state Significant Environmental Hazard. That area will now be fenced off. Continue Reading →