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Maple Avenue Neighbors Versus Greenwich Academy: The Battle Has Just Begun

At Tuesday’s P&Z meeting  Greenwich Academy returned with an updated proposal to combine 96 Maple and 100 Maple into one property where they seek to relocate their Cowan Center, a program for children from 8 weeks old to 4 years old, that services teachers at Greenwich Academy, Brunswick School, and “affiliate families.” The house is located in the single family R-20 zone. It was granted a Historic Overlay (HO) for a second unit in 1979 in return for preserving the historic structure in perpetuity. In later years, the house was illegally divided into four units and has four kitchens. Subscribe to the daily Greenwich Free Press newsletter. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Student Diversity Leadership Conference Open to All High School Students in Town

Greenwich Student Diversity Leadership Conference is open to all high school students in Greenwich, both public and private. Conversations will be led by trained student facilitators, who are high school juniors and seniors who have prior experience with diversity conferences and clubs. Online registration will be open from December 17 to January 17. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Prevention Council to Share Results from Youth Survey on Risky Behaviors

The Greenwich Prevention Council is organizing a Greenwich Community Forum where the Youth Survey Results will be shared to be held on December 4 at YWCA Greenwich from 7:00-8:30pm. Continue Reading →

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Brunswick Pursues New Organic Turf Field and King Street Tunnel to Connect Campuses

Brunswick’s application was to create a tunnel to connect their their campuses which straddle King Street. The application also included a proposal to relocate a baseball field from the west to east side of King Street and construct an eight lane track for track and field activities on the east. Continue Reading →

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P&Z Folds on Proposed 30% Increase in FAR for Schools

The amendment, had it gone through, would have given relief to schools that are maxed out on their FAR, including Greenwich High School and Greenwich Academy who have been purchasing adjacent homes to their campus in order to expand their FAR. Continue Reading →

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