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Join Army Corps of Engineers, Fred Camillo and Jim Himes for “A Conversation about The Byram River”

The recommended plan includes removal of the two US Route 1 bridges spanning the Byram River and construction of new bridges within the same footprint at a high elevation and without any piers that enter the floodway in order to reduce restrictions to river flow. Continue Reading →

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HOUSE OF THE WEEK: Perfect Home, Unbeatable Glenville Location

Perfect Home. Unbeatable Location. This cheerful 4/5 bedroom, 5 bath Colonial was custom built in 2013 to the highest standards. This 4000+ sq ft home is set high on a level manicured .32 acre lot with a completely fenced-in yard. The great room with gas fireplace opens to a terrific screened porch. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Real Estate Report: April 3-10, 2020

A few weeks ago, I wrote about New York City residents who will likely want to move out of the city when the Covid-19 health crisis is behind us…I am slowly seeing an increase of people contacting me now who are trying to end their leases early in NYC in order to move to the suburbs ASAP. They want out! Continue Reading →

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Wetlands Watch: Pemberwick-Glenville Residents Fearful Proposed Homes Will Create Water Problems

About 20 neighbors shared their fears that moving a stream, eliminating two dozen mature trees, and regrading to make way for two new houses on Hickory Drive would result in changes to watercourses that would adversely impact their properties. Continue Reading →

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In Glenville, Recollections from the Longest Serving Greenwich Town Official

Siegrun Pottgen has lived in her Queen Anne Style Victorian at the corner of Glenville Street and Angelus Drive for decades. She is also the longest serving Town official in Greenwich and after decades as a State Marshal, she remains an elected Republican Town Constable. Her memories include the felt mill and remediation of soil around the Byram River and construction of two new Glenville Schools and a time when traffic was steady but not heavy through the Glenville corridor. Continue Reading →

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