First Selectman Fred Camillo swore in Officers Sabah Ali, Joseph Marini, and Alexander Moran before Police chief Heavey presented each of them with their badges.
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Elected officials in attendance included US Congressman Jim Himes, Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo, Selectwoman Lauren Rabin, Selectwoman Janet Stone McGuigan, State Rep Steve Meskers (D-150), State Rep Harry Arora (R-151), State Rep Kimberly Fiorello (R-149) and State Senator Ryan Fazio (R-36). Continue Reading →
“A no vote for recreational cannabis sales and cultivation is also a note vote for working class people and good paying jobs. Jobs with a living wage, vacation and sick time, good health care and retirement accounts. These jobs create careers that require higher education and degrees in chemistry, botany, horticulture and so much more.” – Emily Sabo, Organizing Director for United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Local 919 Continue Reading →
The idea is to enhance the look of Greenwich Avenue, increase pedestrian safety by reducing the distance a pedestrian has to cross to get safely across the street, and improve sight lines and slow down cars. Continue Reading →
During testimony on a RTM SOMR to restore police officers to direct traffic on Greenwich Ave, residents pointed to New Yorkers speeding and disobeying traffic rules, as well as a resurgence in skateboarding on the Avenue. Continue Reading →
Rameor noted that Greenwich Animal Control has seen a surge of pet adoptions since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue Reading →
One of the men had allegedly robbed Byram Jewelers at gunpoint 10 days earlier, after asking to look at engagement rings. Continue Reading →
CMS AVID students received bicycles outside Greenwich Police Dept on thursday as a reward for achieving B grades or higher in the longrunning B’s for Bikes program. Continue Reading →
There are now six confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus in Greenwich. At a press conference Tuesday, police outlined when 911 is appropriate to call. First Selectman Camillo urged social distancing and hand washing, but said residents should get outside, visit parks and exercise. Continue Reading →
Visiting hours will be held Sunday, Dec 22, from 4:00p;m to 7:00pm at Knapp Funeal Home, 27 Greenwich Ave.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday, Dec 23 at 10:30am at St Michael’s Church, 469 North Street in Greenwich with internment immediately following at St. John’s Cemetery located at 25 Camp Ave in Darien. Continue Reading →