On Tuesday June 16, members of the Greenwich Board of Education voted in favor of Scheme B. Credit: Leslie Yager
In a notification signed by Greenwich Schools Superintendent WilliamMcKersie, notice is hereby given of a Special Meeting of the Greenwich Board of Education, to be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 7:00 p.m., at Cos Cob School, 300 East Putnam Avenue, Cos Cob.
The purpose of the meeting is for discussion and possible action on the site for the New Lebanon School building project.
There will be an opportunity for public comment.
On Friday afternoon the Board of Selectmen voted unanimously against MI for a new New Lebanon School to be built on the William Street field citing concerns about changing “the character of the neighborhood.”
Board of Selectmen on June 19 questioned architects from Peter Gisolfi & Associates about Scheme B before voting down MI status for that scheme. Credit: Leslie yager
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The New Lebanon School community turned out in force to support Scheme B, which would result in a new school being built on an existing field along William Street. Credit: Leslie Yager
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The gymnasium was packed with supporters of Scheme B. Almost every speaker expressed support for Scheme B,which would locate a new school on the ball field, but result in increased green space overall. Credit: Leslie Yager
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