Joe Siciliano

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Pin Oak Tree Planted at Town Hall is Emblematic of Town’s Public-Private Partnership with Greenwich Tree Conservancy

“Triple P – public-private-partnerships – have made this community what it is today.The Greenwich Tree Conservancy is one of the most successful partnerships this Town has seen in some time.” – Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei Continue Reading →

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After Successful Private Day & Boarding School Fair, Greenwich Education Group Gives Back

Due to the success of their tenth annual Private Day and Boarding School Fair, Greenwich Education Group was pleased to present checks totaling $4,000 to two worthy local nonprofits, REACH Prep and the Youth Scholarship Fund administered by the Town of Greenwich Dept of Parks & Recreation. Continue Reading →

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Beach Access Mat Connects People With Mobility Issues to Waterline

The mat also is cooler on bare feet compared to the hot-as-fire sand on a sunny day at Greenwich Point. The mat as the result of a collaboration between the Greenwich Lions and the Diversity Advisory Committee. Continue Reading →

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Texas Barbecue Restaurant with Liquor License Opening Soon at The Griff

Parks & Rec director Joe Siciliano described Steve Leininger, who plans to open Back Country Barbecue at the Griff some time in May as “a business man and real go-getter.” The barbecue will supplement the golfers menu which includes breakfast and lunch, and grill items in addition to wraps and club sandwiches. In more Parks & Rec news the concession stands contract at Tod’s Point has been awarded to William Bartlik, who has been a familiar face at the Island Beach concession for years. Continue Reading →

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Bruce Spaman Retires as Greenwich’s Tree Warden after 16 Years

Greenwich’s Tree Warden Bruce Spaman is retiring after 16 years on the job. One of his proudest accomplishments is establishing the all organic maintenance of Greenwich’s parks. Since 2008, there have been no inorganic fertilizers or pesticides used in the parks. Continue Reading →

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