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RMA Speaker Series: Congressman Himes to Present “A Report from Washington DC” on Feb 20

Congressman Jim Himes will discuss the challenges facing the new Democratic House of Representatives. Over the coming months, Democrats will be taking action to protect and improve the Affordable Care Act, preserve the environment, invest in infrastructure, rein in the President’s power to make war, protect LGBTQ and women’s rights and create immigration solutions that work. Legislative priorities include providing paid family leave and working to protect Americans with pre-existing conditions. Continue Reading →

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Mayo and Schools Principals Share a Glimpse into 21st Century Greenwich Schools Classrooms

Superintendent Ralph Mayo along with principals Marc D’Amico, Jill Flood, Jason Goldstein gave a talk about personalized learning in Greenwich Schools. The administrators were introduced by BOE chair Peter Bernstein. Continue Reading →

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Residents Share Putnam Ave and Greenwich Ave Likes and Dislikes at POCD Workshop

Themes emerged at Thursday’s POCD workshop where stations were set up to focus on different parts of Putnam Avenue and Greenwich Avenue. Residents looked at maps and then put post-in notes on easels under “likes” or “dislikes.” Continue Reading →

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Alisyn Camerota to Address RMA: “A Television Journalist’s Struggle for Truth”

An outspoken proponent of First Amendment Rights, Alisyn Camerota, journalist and anchor of CNN’s morning show “New Day,” will discuss what it’s like to be a journalist in today’s hyper-charged world of broadcast news, addressing what is “truth,” and the daily struggles of journalists to get it right in a ratings-driven climate. Continue Reading →

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Tesei Shares Ideas with RMA to Make Downtown Greenwich More of a Destination

First Selectman Peter Tesei’s visions for Greenwich include upgrading public infrastructure and public-private partnerships to make Greenwich Plaza gateway, open up the waterfront and upgrade Roger Sherman Baldwin Park. Continue Reading →

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