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Goldrick: Greenwich’s Failure to Collect Tipping Fees from Trash Haulers Costs Taxpayers Millions

“Every town in Connecticut collects a tipping fee. Except Greenwich. Greenwich lets commercial haulers dump their trash at Holly Hill, without reimbursing Greenwich taxpayers for the cost of removal to the landfill and conversion facilities run by Wheelabrator Technologies in Peekskill, New York or Bridgeport.” – Sean Goldrick Continue Reading →

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Holly Hill Book Exchange Founder Doug Francefort to Celebrate 90th Birthday

At Westover School, where the discovery of mold recently forced 800 students to relocate to the former Pitney Bowes building, the school could not bring along anything involving paper. Fortunately, donated books from the book swap at Holly Hill were delivered by volunters. Continue Reading →

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GFP Top Stories of the Week: Feb 27-March 5, 2017

As February turned to March, news was dominated by Greenwich High School. The police initiated a traffic enforcement campaign. The Diversity Awareness Club held their annual diversity week, and there was a student protest at Greenwich High School. The Greenwich Police promoted two of their finest. A house in Milbrook came on the market, garnering much interest. Continue Reading →

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Don’t Scrape off Your 2016 Beach Sticker; Holly Hill Honors Expired Stickers

Since the Parks & Rec Dept announced they will not issue beach stickers for 2017 – instead incorporating vehicle information into beach pass bar codes – residents who rely on the stickers for entrance to Holly Hill have been in a quandary. Continue Reading →

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Test Soil at Western Middle School? Marzullo’s Motion Fails to Carry

At Thursday’s Board of Selectmen meeting, Drew Marzullo urged Mr. Toner and Mr. Tesei to ask the Board of Education to begin testing Western Middle School fields immediately. He made a motion toward that end, but neither of the Republican selectmen seconded the motion, and so it was not carried forward. Continue Reading →

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