Rink user committee agenda item, Jan 5, 2022:
“Consideration and vote on recommendation to design an accessible pedestrian trail in the woods at Morlot Park – proposal by Timber and Stone, trail designer.” Continue Reading →
At 21 North Water Street, a full dumpster and what appears to be a garden shed atop a second dumpster, and quonset hut in background. Continue Reading →
The commission was skeptical about having a self storage facility on the waterfront. They suggested a retail café or restaurant that would keep pedestrians engaged with the building. Continue Reading →
Parks & Rec launched a web page with official information on the Hamill Rink Project. It includes a form to submit a question requiring name and email. Continue Reading →
Byram residents say traffic and dangerous driving threaten their neighborhood safety and quality of life.
Across the river in Port Chester, where Main Street is being redeveloped with multi-story buildings, residents will funnel through Byram to reach I-95 exit 2. Continue Reading →
Francia Alvarez said there has been talk in the RTM about the Housing Authority’s interest in developing affordable housing in the area of McKinney Terrace, which abuts Eugene Morlot Park to the north and might potentially share the access road. McKinney Terrace is housing for elderly and disabled and is run by the Housing Authority.
“Is that driveway going to provide access if it were to move forward putting in housing in the area?” she asked. Continue Reading →
The Byram Neighborhood Association met Monday night via Zoom to discuss plans for a new Hamill Rink, concerns about noise from the CT Dept of Transportation’s $205 million I-95 improvement project, and a raft of concerns about beautification, blight, parking and traffic in the neighborhood on the west side of town. Continue Reading →
About a dozen residents of Byram and Port Chester shared their opinions on the proposed 7-story, 242-unit development that would replace the entire block bordered by North Main St, Mill St, Abendroth and Highland St. Most opposed the project, several cited the appeal of the existing diverse and historic buildings. Continue Reading →
The Town of Greenwich will provide 40 – 50 trees for planting. The Greenwich Tree Conservancy will provide tree planting services. And the Byram Neighborhood Association will locate viable sites for the trees. Continue Reading →
A May 15 meting will include an update on the William Street field, the New Leb School project update and a speaker from the Greenwich Police Dept. Continue Reading →