In Connecticut, a person who steals, defaces, or vandalizes lawn signs may be subject to criminal charges, including larceny and trespass.
Putting stickers on traffic signs, purchased and placed with taxpayer dollars, is another story.
Valbella restaurant in Old Greenwich has had issues seating in the basement without approval of use from P&Z. They have an outstanding sewer issue with their grease trap. Specifically they need to organize a CCTV inspection and put it on DVD for the Town.
“Fact: Until Covid-19 hit, in less than 10 years under Democratic governors, Connecticut added more than double the private sector jobs than did Rowland-Rell in their 16 years in power. While one out of every three jobs created in Connecticut under Rowland-Rell was in the government sector, under Democratic governors, government sector employment has contracted to the lowest level in 22 years.” – Sean Goldrick Continue Reading →
Moderated candidate debates for all contested elections this fall will begin at 7:00 pm. All candidates will be socially distanced in the Greenwich Town Hall Meeting Room, by special arrangement with the First Selectman, Fred Camillo. Registrants will attend virtually through Zoom. Continue Reading →
“She will work to prevent our municipalities from being absorbed into regional “one-size-fits-all” solutions and will fight to preserve local control over our communities.” – Berrin Snyder Continue Reading →
At Thursday’s BOE meeting the union president said teachers were leery of ventilation and social distancing. Special education parents said they felt their children were overlooked. Parents shared concerns about classes sizes exceeding guidelines. Continue Reading →