CT Public Act 21-29 standardizes requirements for ADUs. It encourages increased overall supply. P&Z chair Margarita Alban said Greenwich wants to increase affordable housing.
Brooks Harris said that the state language would turn all single family homes outside R6 into two-family dwellings. Continue Reading →
“To hear people say they’re building this building in the spirit of how the neighborhood originally started, to me is a bunch of bunk because the building looks like a fortress.” – Dean Gamanos, resident of the Fourth Ward Continue Reading →
The property is beyond the town sewers. There is no certainty they will be able to connect to the municipal sanitary sewer line. Continue Reading →
“Opponents of our work know they are wrong on the facts, so in recent weeks they have resorted to spreading ad hominem attacks and conspiracy theories about our motives and the alleged ‘corporate interests’ behind the group.” – Nick Abbott, Greenwich native and the Deputy Director of DesegregateCT Continue Reading →
SB-169 calls for a re-examination of the state’s affordable housing law 8-30g, which many see as deficient. Continue Reading →
Overall, about 5,600 new units would need to be created under 8-30g before Greenwich is in compliance. Continue Reading →