First Selectman Camillo to Address RMA: “Greenwich’s Future: A Vision For The Next Decade”

Fred Camillo, Greenwich’s newly elected First Selectman, will share his vision for the town’s future as RMA’s featured speaker on February 26, 2020 at 11:00am at First Presbyterian Church, Lafayette Place, Greenwich.

Greenwich is blessed with a beautiful landscape, wonderful amenities, convenient location, and proximity to New York City. It has an educated citizenry, and a civic spirit that is second to none. With all that going for it, the town, like every other municipality, faces challenges of the modern era and some that are unique to Greenwich. Some public properties are underutilized, while others need to be repurposed. There are assets that need replacement and operations that need new models. We are at a crossroads. Tapping into the talent, and civic spirit of the town’s residents can help us make one of the greatest towns in America an even better place

Fred Camillo is a lifelong Greenwich resident who graduated from Greenwich High School.  As a summa cum laude graduate of Manhattanville College, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and history. As a former Representative Town Meeting member, he was chair of the Board of Parks & Recreation and the Republican Town Committee. His legislative and community work have earned him awards from the Uniformed Professional Firefighters, the Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol, the Greenwich Council of Boy Scouts, the United States Humane Society, and the CT Votes for Animals’ Legislator of the Year.

He recently resigned as State Representative for the 151st District, after serving 11 years including time as an Assistant Minority Leader. An experienced business man, he was a founding member and former director of Greenwich Recycling. He also taught high school and worked as a baseball coach and mortgage banker. His community service includes serving on many local Greenwich boards.

On March 4, the featured speaker will be Amy Siebert, Director of Public Works, Greenwich. Her talk is titled: “Greenwich Public Works:  What Does the Future Hold?”

The Greenwich Retired Men’s Association offers a free program every Wednesday that is open to the public, both men and women; no reservations are required. Our social break starts at 10:40am followed promptly by our speaker at 11:00 am. Programs are at the First Presbyterian Church, 1 West Putnam in  Greenwich.  For additional information see