Housing Authority of the Town of Greenwich

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New Kitchens, Renovations at Wilbur Peck are Just in Time for the Holidays

Residents at Wilbur Peck can cook their holiday meals in refurbished kitchens with stainless steel appliances, new cabinetry plus a microwave with ventilation, which did not previously exist in any of their kitchens. Continue Reading →

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Round Hill Selectmen Candidates Debate Flashpoints: Financing Capital Projects, Partisanship, P3s, Public Housing

Questions came from the Northwest Greenwich Association, the Northeast Greenwich Association and the Round Hill Association, as well as from the audience. Continue Reading →

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Selectmen, Housing Authority Seek Feedback from Milbrook, Quarry Knoll Residents on Redevelopment Proposal

At Quarry Knoll, located off East Elm Street in downtown, the HATG seeks to demolish 50 cottages and replace them with five multistory buildings for a total of 175 to 225 units, including market rate units. The Board of Selectmen have yet to hear from residents of Milbrook or even from the residents inside Quarry Knoll. Continue Reading →

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Housing Authority Grilled Over Proposed 4-Story, 51 Unit Building for Seniors 55+ at Armstrong Court

Selectman Sandy Litvack questioned the Housing Authority why they want to enter the market rate rental business. Their proposed 4 story building will have 51 units of which 90% will be market rate. Continue Reading →

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HATG To Present Checks Totaling $67,800 to Two Greenwich Family Self Sufficiency Recipients

There are nearly 761 units in 15 properties under the HATG, including home-ownership condominiums, scattered-site housing, various developments and Parsonage Cottage. The Housing Authority also administers 317 families through the Section 8 Program. Total residents served through all programs is 2,574. Continue Reading →

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Litvack: Walking Greenwich

“The reception all over town has been warm, encouraging and especially appreciative that someone is listening. From District 1 to District 12 there has been a groundswell of enthusiasm as we have talked and listened. But, yesterday was different. Yesterday I went to Armstrong Court. ” – Sandy Litvack, candidate for First Selectman of Greenwich Continue Reading →

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A Lesson in Humanity: Diversity Training at Town Hall Packs the House with “Agents of Change”

During a 3-hour diversity training workshop akin to Names Day at Greenwich High School, 66 town leaders talked about stereotypes, hate, bigotry and the power of allies. All agreed that silence is deadly. Personal anecdotes were powerful. Continue Reading →

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