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Greenwich’s Restaurant Row Expands Outdoor Dining to Elm Street

Fred Camillo said the Reimagine Greenwich committee was fundraising for more jersey barriers and to raise money for a trolley that would run between town hall and Greenwich Avenue, and that restaurants on Lewis Street might be the next to request expanded outdoor dining. Continue Reading →

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First Selectman Declares Local Emergency as Tropical Storm Isaias Beats Up Greenwich

“We recommend that everyone limit their travel as the Town of Greenwich Department of Public Works, Tree Department, Parks and Recreation Department, and Public Safety Department coordinate with Eversource to clear our roadways of hazards.” – Greenwich Police Captain Kraig Gray Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Selectmen to Discuss Enforcement Measures for Social Distancing and Mask Wearing

“There’s no point in putting out a weekly email and reverse 911 call if some parents are going to let their kids have large gatherings where they’re not physically distancing and not wearing masks.” – Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo Continue Reading →

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After Weekend of Teen Parties, Greenwich First Selectmen Asks, “Why take that chance? Why be selfish? Why be reckless?”

First Selectman Fred Camillo said his office had received multiple complaints about young people going to large gatherings, picnics, cookouts and pool parties while not wearing masks or social distancing to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Continue Reading →

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Fired Police Captain Sues Greenwich, Multiple Individuals including First Selectman

The complaint alleges the Town retaliated against Captain Kordick for exercising his constitutionally protect right to off-duty political speech and alleges Fred Camillo, Jack Kriskey, Rich DiPreta and Peter Tesei interfered with his employment with the Town by revealing his identity to his employer, Greenwich Police Dept, after working in concert to obtain Kordick’s receipt from a sign store in Texas through deceit. Continue Reading →

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