Greenwich Tree Conservancy

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Veterans Blast Hamill Rink User Committee: “There Will Be Hell to Pay”

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 →

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Showdown over Trees Posted for Removal at GHS Highlights Flawed Process

“The school looks barren and bleak, and someone referred to its style as ‘modern day penitentiary,’ for lack of replacing trees. We can work together to solve these problems, but we must address safety and access first.” – Elizabeth Dempsey, Hillside Rd Continue Reading →

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DUNSON: CT DOT Must Reduce Noise Pollution with I-95 Improvement Project

“CTDOT treat trees like obstacles to be removed rather than assets to be maintained – assets which provide noise abatement as well as reduce flooding, sequester carbon dioxide, reduce cross winds (particularly important for vans and trucks), and moderate heat among many important benefits that these wooded roadside corridors provide.” – Cheryl Dunson, President, Greenwich Tree Conservancy Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Tree Conservancy Urges DOT to Work with Town on Tree Removal and Re-Planting Plan

“Greenwich is the Gateway to Connecticut. CTDOT has a responsibility to do no further harm, to mitigate the damage that has been done, and to work with the Town of Greenwich and other community stakeholders.” – JoAnn Messina and Francia Alvarez Continue Reading →

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