Peter Tesei

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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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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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Tesei and Litvack React to SEEC Fine on Treasurer of BET Candidate Turner

“Since neither Mr. Turner nor his campaign Treasurer has anything to do with my and Jill Oberlander’s campaign, it is time to return to the merits of the election and our effort to bring leadership and good governance back to Greenwich.” – Sandy Litvack, Democratic candidate for re-election as Selectman Continue Reading →

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Big P&Z Meeting Tuesday Night: Come Voice Your Opinion on Greenwich Plaza Project

This application will be presented to the Planning and Zoning Commission, along with the related pending Municipal Improvement and preliminary site plan/special permit applications on July 30, 2019 at 7:00pm in the Town Hall Meeting Room in Greenwich Town Hall. Continue Reading →

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Smooth Sailing As Republicans Unanimously Endorse Slate for Nov 5 Election

“Everyone is unified at this moment. There is no division. Everyone is in support of the candidates who have been and will be nominated tonight, exemplified by the fact that there won’t be any votes tonight.” – RTC Chair Rich DiPreta Continue Reading →

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Train Station Redevelopment to Make First Stop in Permit Process on Thursday

The P&Z department seeks public input on the project. The applications include a preliminary site plan and special permit, a text amendment, and a Municipal Improvement subject to approval first by the Board of Selectmen. Continue Reading →

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