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Today at Cos Cob Library

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Here’s a look at what’s happening today at Cos Cob Library: Drop-in Toddlertime with Miss Jessica (10:30 a.m.-11:15 a.m.): Join new part-time children’s librarian Jessica for stories, songs, movement, finger plays and other activities. [Read More]
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Today at Cos Cob Library

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Here’s a look at what’s happening today at Cos Cob Library Drop-In Toddlertime with Miss Jess (10:30 a.m.-11:15 a.m.): Join new part-time children’s librarian Jess for stories, songs, movement, finger plays and other activities. [Read More]
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Bassist-songwriter to perform today at Cos Cob Library

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Here’s a look at today’s schedule at Cos Cob Library. Children’s Music Concert with Mariana (10:30 a.m.): Mariana Iranzi, a professional bassist and songwriter, will perform in the library’s community room. Iranzi, a native of Argentina, is also an educator who graduated from Berklee College of Music. Her performance will feature elements of reggae, jazz […] [Read More]
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Today’s events at Cos Cob Library

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Here’s a look at what’s happening today at Cos Cob Library. Spanish Storytime with Miss Miriam (10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.): A weekly storytime for preschoolers with songs, rhymes and books, which offers children the opportunity to learn some new Spanish words Sit’n Stitch Knitting/Crocheting Group (1 p.m. to 3 p.m.): Come join the knitters as they […] [Read More]
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Synagogue meeting inconclusive, but officials hopeful for settlement

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Debates between the Board of Selectmen and the Zoning Board of Appeals on the Greenwich Reform Synagogue yet again failed to yield hard results, but town legal officials say that counsel from all sides are discussing compromise. “There have been additional discussions that have involved all of the interested parties,” said Town Attorney John Wayne […] [Read More]
An artist's rendering of the proposed new home for the Greenwich Reform Synagogue in Cos Cob.

Selectman, Zoning Board to meet again over Synagogue suit

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The Greenwich Board of Selectmen is set to meet with the Zoning Board of Appeal Monday night for a second closed door meeting to discuss the latter’s  vote to halt a controversial proposal to build a synagogue in residential Cos Cob. The ZBA’s decision not to grant the necessary exemption resulted in the Greenwich Reform […] [Read More]

‘Back to the Future’ screening today at Cos Cob Library

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This is “heavy”… the Cos Cob Library is hosting a screening of “Back to the Future” today at 3:30 p.m. in its community room. “Back to the Future” is one of those movies that needs little to no introduction for most film buffs. But if you’re not familiar with Marty, Doc and co., check out […] [Read More]
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Cos Cob lemonade stands to fundraise for cancer research

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Running a lemonade stand is one of the great summer traditions. And it becomes an even greater ritual when it raises money for an important cause. In that spirit, Cos Cob School students, parents and faculty will be running lemonade stands and bake sales this week at the following Cos Cob locations on Tuesday, Wednesday […] [Read More]
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Synagoge sues town for civil rights violation

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Greenwich Reform Synagogue has filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging that its civil rights were violated when the town shot down its controversial plan to build a new house of worship. The complaint filed Monday calls to question the “burdensome, discriminatory and unreasonable” land use regulations that the town, and specifically the Planning and […] [Read More]

Planning and Zoning approve preliminary synagogue plan

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Following another marathon public hearing  last night, the Planning and Zoning Commission has unanimously approved the preliminary site plan application for the Greenwich Reform Synagogue’s controversial Cos Cob temple. The Commission initially closed on the issue, giving the 65 days to render a verdict. The decision comes amid continued outcry from neighbors and legal action […] [Read More]