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Lauren Rabin, Republican Hopeful for Selectman: Greenwich is Strong and Getting Stronger

Lauren Rabin, currently a member of the Greenwich Board of Education is seeking the RTC nomination for Selectman. She talked about the role of Selectman, the Town’s need for playing fields, spaces for dogs to run free, funding capital improvements and the possibilities for public-private partnerships. Continue Reading →

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Incoming GHS Student Government Leaders Introduce Themselves

Lucas Gazianis said issues for student government next year will include student engagement and opportunity block. Zane Khader talked about his parents’ American Dream and the importance of work ethic and fighting entitlement among students. Continue Reading →

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Letter: Greenwich’s 1953 Schools Are the Result of Town’s Debt Policy

“If Republicans again block any update to the town’s ‘debt policy’ at the BET’s ‘decision meeting’ later this month, they could pay a heavy price in November, and November isn’t far away. Tick-tock.” – Mike Warner, Past Chair of the RTM Finance Committee Continue Reading →

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Mayo and Schools Principals Share a Glimpse into 21st Century Greenwich Schools Classrooms

Superintendent Ralph Mayo along with principals Marc D’Amico, Jill Flood, Jason Goldstein gave a talk about personalized learning in Greenwich Schools. The administrators were introduced by BOE chair Peter Bernstein. Continue Reading →

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Letter: A Call to Leadership. Say “No” to Artificial Turf!

A Message to the Board of Education, Board of Selectman, Board of Estimate and Taxation, Planning and Zoning Commission, RTM.
“Leadership requires making bold decisions because you value and seek to protect the welfare of the community’s citizens rather than lauding the number of playable hours on a field.” – Susan Rudolph, Greenwich Continue Reading →

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