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Lauren Rabin, Republican Hopeful for Selectman: Greenwich is Strong and Getting Stronger

Lauren Rabin, currently a member of the Greenwich Board of Education is seeking the RTC nomination for Selectman. She talked about the role of Selectman, the Town’s need for playing fields, spaces for dogs to run free, funding capital improvements and the possibilities for public-private partnerships. Continue Reading →

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Pottgen Pleased as Pie with Proclamation Honoring Years of Service to Greenwich

“As an attorney in town I have always appreciated Siggy’s professionalism, demeanor, and experience. It’s a great tribute to her that she is the longest serving official in Greenwich. She will be sorely missed, and I wish her well as she starts a new chapter in her life.” – RTC chair Richard DiPreta Continue Reading →

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Greenwich RTC Supports National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and the T.E.A.L. Organization

There will be a ceremony on the steps of Town Hall on September 17 at 6:15pm. First Selectman Peter Tesei will read a proclamation that designates September as Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in Greenwich.

To commemorate this awareness, Town Hall will be turning the exterior lights TEAL and flying the Ovarian Cancer flags. Continue Reading →

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Questions Arise over BOE Candidate Jason Auerbach’s Collegial Nature

“These guys have been very diligent about campaigning and put a friendly face on it and talk about voter choice and make people think they’re on the voters side, but I think the real story behind Mr. Auerbach and by extension, Peter Sherr, is there is something more malicious going on.” – James Waters, Greenwich Continue Reading →

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“Obnoxious” Behavior of Charter Change Petitioners Deemed Free Speech; Judge Rejects Bernstein’s Extension Request

Despite testimony of four witnesses who said the defendants had interfered and intimidated them as they petitioned for signatures for Peter Bernstein to earn a place on the ballot for BOE, the judge said they hadn’t demonstrated “irreparable harm.” Continue Reading →

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Greenwich RTC Issues Statement Following SNAFU with Competing Petitions

“We, the officers of the RTC, do not condone any obstruction to one’s right to have their name appear on the ballot. Whether a candidate is petitioning for a primary or to simply be included on the ballot in November, no one has the right to impede their access to obtain the necessary signatures. Any such attempts are simply wrong and not in keeping with the virtues of democracy.” – RTC statement, Aug 1, 2017 Continue Reading →

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