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ERICKSON: Local Control Requires Local Action

“Once we have demonstrated progress, our State delegation in Hartford will be empowered to continue to push back on onerous state legislation bolstered with data and evidence that Greenwich has local and tangible solutions that work. It’s up to us, and if I am elected First Selectperson, this issue will be of highest priority.” – Laura Erickson, Democratic candidate for First Selectperson Continue Reading →

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Details Emerge as Greenwich Communities Eyes Air Rights on Underused Commuter Lot in Cos Cob

All the units would be for the town workforce. They would be two-bedroom apartments, about 1200 sq ft each, each with its own laundry and two bathrooms. There would be six units per floor for a total of 12 units per building. Continue Reading →

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P&Z to Benedict Place 8-30g Applicant: Consider Workforce Housing

“We’re shooting on the market rate side for the highest-end, premiere building in town. We want to have amenities to reflect that. Having the 77 market rate units out of the 110 total is what we think is the right size to deliver the amenities.” – Philip Wharton, Twining Properties Continue Reading →

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P&Z Watch: Questions on Fate of Mature Growth Trees Behind Proposed 22-Unit Building at Former Friendly’s

M&T Bank in Cos Cob at 100 East Putnam wants to remain open throughout construction of a mixed use building with 22 apartments including moderate income units, submitted under the town’s 6-110 workforce housing regulation before a moratorium was initiated. The commission has concerns that a stand of old growth trees would be removed at the steep ledge behind the development. Continue Reading →

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Round Hill Selectmen Candidates Debate Flashpoints: Financing Capital Projects, Partisanship, P3s, Public Housing

Questions came from the Northwest Greenwich Association, the Northeast Greenwich Association and the Round Hill Association, as well as from the audience. Continue Reading →

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