Peter Tesei

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Selectmen Mull GHS Student Parking, Double Parking, Lack of Compliance on Drop off and Pick Up Agreement

First Selectman Peter Tesei asked for more aggressive police enforcement against double parking on Hillside Road. Tesei suggested a working committee be formed to explore smoother drop off and pick up. The committee would include either himself or another selectman, two or three Hillside neighbors, Greenwich Police, Dept of Public Works, school administration, Headmaster Dr. Winters, Director of Safety & Security Thomas Bobkowski and perhaps members of the PTA. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Schools Community Service Awards Shine a Light on Extraordinary Students

In addition to awards for students at all the elementary, middle schools and GHS students – one in each of the five houses – the Fleishman Award for Community Service, which WMS principal called “The Ernie,” went to René Lapointe Jameson. Continue Reading →

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Selectmen Weigh Quality of Life of GHS Neighbors on Hillside vs Privilege of Student Parking

The Board of Selectmen weighed the quality of life of neighbors on Hillside Road with the needs of GHS students and their families. At issue was student parking on Hillside Road, where there is room for about 72 cars. Continue Reading →

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Tesei and Aiello: Initiatives Are Under Way to Address Economic Development

“Economic growth in our Town also is critical to keeping Greenwich strong. To that end, we have more initiatives underway than ever before – all designed to sustain and grow our Town’s economy.” – First Selectman Peter Tesei and Chair of the First Selectman’s Economic Advisory Committee Jim Aiello Continue Reading →

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Greenwich First Selectman Tesei Recommends Budget at Packed Town Hall Meeting

New projects include the Dorothy Hamill Skating Rink Facility Evaluation Study, Dredge Greenwich Pt Harbor Channel, and a request for $2,340,000 for playing fields including $300,000 to undertake a feasibility of engineered natural grass playing fields (previously proposed for the study of synthetic turf). The remaining $2,040,000 will be used to refurbish the carpets on fields 6 and 7 at Greenwich High School Continue Reading →

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Hillside Rd Neighbors Fed Up with Traffic & GHS Students Monopolizing On-Street Parking

Student parking on Hillside Road and visitor parking at Greenwich High School are not written into town code.

Neighbors said that with GHS selling permits to students to park on Hillside Rd and renting both fields and the building to outside groups including Trinity Church on Sundays, Hillside Road was a commercial zone masquerading as a residential zone. Continue Reading →

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