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Greenwich RTC picks three for Board of Ed

And then there were three. In an 11th-hour twist in party selections for the Board of Education, Lauren Rabin announced her candidacy at the Republican Town Committee’s nominating convention Wednesday

Survey results show strong support for changing Greenwich Public Schools start times

Parents and students have been clamoring for a change in start time for Greenwich High School and now the numbers are in to back them up. The results of the Greenwich Public Schools’ school start time

Selectmen reject plan for New Lebanon School, call for new alternative

The Board of Selectmen unanimously voted down a plan for a new building for New Lebanon School and an alternative is expected to be discussed in the coming days. The selectmen rejected what is known
BOE 11-30

Greenwich school board to meet Thursday night

The Board of Education will meet Thursday night, at 7 p.m., at Parkway School. Here’s a look at the agenda. AGENDA: Meeting Opening – 7:00 PM A. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance – Ms. O’Neill

Board of Education size change proposal stalls out before Board of Selectmen

A proposal to increase the size of the Board of Education stalled out before the Board of Selectmen on Thursday when no second was made to actually vote on the matter. First Selectman Peter Tesei put
BOE 11-30

Greenwich school board to meet Thursday night

The Board of Education will meet Thursday night, at 7 p.m., at the school district’s headquarters at 290 Greenwich Avenue. Here’s a look at the agenda: 1. Meeting Opening A. Call to Order and Pledge

Board of Selectmen to nominate New Lebanon School building committee

The Board of Selectmen is expected to nominate the members of the building committee which will oversee construction at New Lebanon School. While a formal design for the project has not yet been

Proposal to increase school board size sent to Board of Selectmen

The resolution to increase the size of the Board of Education took a detour Monday night and is now headed toward the Board of Selectmen. The Representative Town Meeting’s Legislative and Rules
Ben Branyon at the Tuesday announcement of his appointment as the new town administrator. - Ken Borsuk photo

Branyan named new Greenwich town administrator

The search for a new town administrator did not require going very far. In fact it only took a short walk from Town Hall to the Havemeyer Building. Ben Branyan, who has been working as managing
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Greenwich selectmen seeking candidates for New Lebanon committee

If you’ve been following recent developments related to plans for a new building for New Lebanon School, you’ll know that the Board of Selectmen has started interviewing candidates for a building