What’s the saying? “Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.” – Mark Twain.
The same could be said for on-street parking, an increasingly scarce resource in Greenwich, especially with 8-30g affordable housing developments that typically include just one parking spot per unit. Continue Reading →
On Thursday the Board of Education released two photos of the Hamilton Avenue School field taken from a school camera. One was from Aug 8, which was before the St Roch Feast. The second, on Aug 15, was after the four day event. Continue Reading →
Parks & Rec launched a web page with official information on the Hamill Rink Project. It includes a form to submit a question requiring name and email. Continue Reading →
Sylvester Pecora Jr wants to cut down 6 mature Pine Trees even though they are on Town property. He wants to replace them with 10 Armstrong Maple trees, which will take years to mature to provide the same amount of shade. Continue Reading →
After hours of testimony from HATG’s attorney John Tesei, engineer Tony D’Andrea, land surveyor Mike Finkbeiner and Booth Court neighbors Dawn Fortunato and Otto Lauersdorf, followed by lengthy discussion among the P&Z commissioners long after midnight, the commission decided to approve the preliminary site plan with the condition that HATG add two test pits near Booth Court for “a double-check.” Continue Reading →