Special Ed Parents Voice Mistrust, GEA President Says Teachers Sob in the Parking Lot

The Board of Education were concerned that the special education budget has gone over by $1.3 million. Special Education parents said didn’t trust the independence of the consultants Key 2 Ed. The president of the teachers union said staff are not adequately trained, that teachers are being physically injured by students on a regular basis and that students aren’t getting the services they deserve. Continue Reading →

YWCA Greenwich to Honor Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr with Amazing Panel of Women

Expect a great lineup of speakers.
• Sheryl Battles, Vice President, Global Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement, Pitney Bowes
• Gretchen Carlson, American television commentator, journalist, and author
• Denise W. Merrill, Connecticut Secretary of the State
• Patti Russo, Executive Director of the Women’s Campaign School at Yale University Continue Reading →

Airbnb in Greenwich. Can the Genie Be Put Back in the Bottle?

Currently Airbnb hosts operate in Greenwich with no restrictions. “I am not looking to make it harder on anyone looking to rent out rooms in their homes, especially since this option can and does keep people in homes they otherwise could not afford. I just would like an ordinance that respects the integrity of neighborhoods and addresses the concerns of those living here who deal with this situation.” – Fred Camillo Continue Reading →