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Tesei on Charlottesville: Greenwich Republican Officials Abhor and Detest Behavior of White Supremacists and Nazis

During his weekly WGCH 1490 radio show First Selectman Peter Tesei talked to a caller asking why she hadn’t heard him speak to the events at Charlottesville last Saturday. Tesei said Greenwich Republicans abhor and detest the behavior of Nazis and white supremacists, but that the vigil organized by Indivisible Greenwich was partisan. Continue Reading →

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Petitioner Pushes Bounds of Freedom of Speech at Tod’s Point

Peter Bernstein said he’d been told by a caretaker at the beach on Sunday not to circulate his petition. He complied. Parks & Rec director Joe Siciliano and First Selectman Peter Tesei said on Monday there is no prohibition on circulating a petition on the beach. Jason Auerbach circulated a petition in favor of charter change and had children carry large placards mentioning Peter Bernstein. Continue Reading →

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RTC Slate Features Tesei for 6th Term; Results in 2 Petition Candidates

Peter Tesei was nominated on July 25 by the RTC for a record 6th term, along with John Toner, nominated for a second full term. Shakeups in the process that excluded incumbents from the slate, including Leslie Tarkington who is petitioning for a place on the ballot for BET. Peter Bernstein is petitioning for a spot on the ballot for BOE. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Greenwich Chamber of Commerce Celebrates 100 Years, Honors Local “Heroes”

2017 Greenwich Chamber honorees were Sue Rogers of the Junior League, Jeb Fiorita of Val’s, Jack Moffly of Moffley Media, and three emergency services workers, Adam Jakubowski, Jeffrey Morris and Kara Schiff. Leslie Yager, founder/editor of Greenwich Free Press received the R. Michael Dunne Quality of Life Award for her dedication to covering hyper-local Greenwich news. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich’s Dept of Social Services Officially to Change Their Name

“Our new name reflects the broad impact the department has on identifying and advocating for action on critical social, public health and safety issues, such as opioid abuse and youth development, that have an impact on all Greenwich residents.” – Barbara Nolan Continue Reading →

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