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Greenwich Attorney Snagged in Epic College Cheating Scandal

Bribery and fraud were allegedly used in a massive scheme to facilitate high school age children’s admission to colleges and universities across the country. Dozens of people have been charged including Greenwich resident Gordon Caplan. Not all the students who benefited from the cheating were even aware it was done on their behalf. Continue Reading →

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LETTER: What Greenwich Really “Needs”?

“As we approach this year’s budget deliberations and address how much we should spend on our capital projects, we need to start asking ourselves the right questions. The question should not be, what we “need” to have, just to get by, the question should be, what “should” we have to provide our community first-rate facilities and services that match that small city situated on a lovely piece of real estate beside a shimmering inland sea.” – Mike Warner Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS, VIDEO: A Close-Up Look at City Carting’s Single Stream Recycling

Do you know where your single stream recycling goes? Greenwich residents’ efforts to rinse and clean recycling keep the Town’s costs down. GFP went inside City Carting’s Taylor reed facility in Stamford where a Van Dyk machine the size of the GHS student center moves recycling through an obstacle course of conveyor belts, magnets, wind tunnels and rotating blades. Continue Reading →

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Tesei: Thank You To Voters Who Elected Me to 6th Term

“My congratulations to my friend and colleague, Selectman John Toner with whom I have enjoyed a productive working relationship as well as to Selectman-Elect Sandy Litvack. I also want to acknowledge and thank Selectman Drew Marzullo for his eight years of dedicated service to our Town.” – Peter Tesei Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Tax Collector Candidates Laudonia and Richman Face Off in Testy Debate

Tod Laudonia and Howard Richman talked about efficiencies in the tax collector office. Laudonia said because of partisan politics his department’s salary budget had been slashed and he’d been forced to lay off two employees. He said the BET mistook cost cutting for efficiency. Richman said this summer checks weren’t deposited for five weeks, costing the town $70,000 or $80,000 in interest. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich PTA’s to RTM, BET: Release Allocated Funds for New Leb, Avoid Forced Redistricting

“The State’s response to our failure to uphold the agreement is to force redistricting. This is currently being discussed in Fairfield and West Hartford. If redistricting is enforced, the Town of Greenwich would be required to cross-town bus approximately 900 students at a minimum estimated expense of $1,500,000 per year for transportation alone. In addition our neighborhood schools would be lost which would impact all residents’ property values.” – PTA Council executive board and 12 additional PTA executive boards Continue Reading →

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