The Town of Greenwich Athletic Field Study/Capital Improvement Plan 2020 includes a number of statements about the types of playing fields being considered … statements that require clarity in some cases and rejection in others. Continue Reading →
Open Letter to OGRCC: Children’s Health is Non-negotiable!
“We know that artificial turf has been installed in numerous communities and institutions because it satisfies a need to conduct sports programs in inclement weather. However, long term studies of exposure to the plastic mat and blades of “grass” along with infill have not been able to show the product is safe.” – Real Grass for Healthy Kids! Continue Reading →
Filed under: Letter to the Editor, Arthur Yee MD, artificial turf, Bryan Tunney, David Rudolph, Liane Tel, OGRCC, Real Grass for Healthy Kids! Jude Braunstein
LETTER: Is the Board of Education Stacking the Deck…Again?
“Over the past two years, the Board of Education has been misleading and evasive about their position on artificial turf for middle school fields.” – Real Grass for Healthy Kids
Arthur Yee, MD
Warren Silver Continue Reading →
Filed under: Letter to the Editor, Arthur Yee MD, Central Middle School, Greenwich Board of Education, Jude Braunstein, Liane Tel, Milone and MacBroom, Real Grass for Healthy Kids
LETTER: The Board of Education Has Stacked the Deck
“It would seem the BoE along with Parks and Recreation have already made a decision, and they are now pushing their agenda forward by hiring a company whose findings will inevitably and predictably support artificial turf.” – Real Grass for Healthy Kids: Jude Braunstein, Bryan Tunney, Liane Tel, Arthur Yee, MD, Susan Rudolph and Warren Silver Continue Reading →
Filed under: Letter to the Editor, Arthur Yee, Bryan Tunney, Greenwich Board of Education, Jude Braunstein, Liane Tel, MD, Milone & MacBroom
Letter: A Call to Leadership. Say “No” to Artificial Turf!
A Message to the Board of Education, Board of Selectman, Board of Estimate and Taxation, Planning and Zoning Commission, RTM.
“Leadership requires making bold decisions because you value and seek to protect the welfare of the community’s citizens rather than lauding the number of playable hours on a field.” – Susan Rudolph, Greenwich Continue Reading →