The vote to approve the grant passed with a total of 210 votes – 104 in favor, 101 against and 5 abstentions.
After the announcement of the vote, there was a bit of a kerfuffle and members interrupted the moderator during discussion of item 11 to say some people believed their votes had not been counted. Continue Reading →
“The town has failed in all respects. The SOMR is a scare tactic, and only represents 150 people who want to change the only regulation that will provide the affordable housing.” – Joe Pecora Continue Reading →
“The 12 BET members on the ballot (6 Republicans and 6 Democrats) will determine how your property taxes are spent in town. The party slate receiving the most votes wins control of the BET and the chair gets an extra tie-breaking vote, gaining control of the whole town budget!” – Cheryl Moss Continue Reading →
“We are as concerned as everyone about the economic impact of the pandemic. However, current indicators suggest our Town’s finances have held steadfast. Property transactions — and conveyance tax revenues — have increased. Divide the $900,000 difference between the BET and BOE budgets by the 16,000 families living in Greenwich and one gets $56.25.” – group letter Continue Reading →
“The expenses mentioned in the complaint are all for legitimate payments made to other entities including Google, USPS etc. through a family-owned entity that did not retain any of the funds. To the extent this needs to be clarified in the fillings, our campaign Treasurer will work with the SEEC to do so.” – Harry Arora Continue Reading →
“Hector has always involved himself in our community by being fully involved in his children’s schooling, volunteering as a youth soccer coach, PTA member and most recently, a bi-lingual tour guide at Greenwich High School.” – Cheryl Trepp Moss Continue Reading →
Town administration will determine the timing for implementation of tipping fees. Residential and commercial customers can expect the rates local haulers charge to increase. Continue Reading →
Monday night’s RTM set a record, with 228 out of 230 members in attendance via Zoom. Continue Reading →
The district will fill this position at their next meeting scheduled for Wednesday, March 4, beginning at 8:00pm in Cos Cob School’s Media Lab.
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Mr. Arora will serve as State Rep until November, which represents the remainder of Fred Camillo’s term. Mr. Camillore resigned as State Rep on Dec 2, after being sworn in as Greenwich First Selectman. Continue Reading →