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A 2012 picture of Ian Macmillan surveying damage to Greenwich Harbor from Superstorm Sandy. Macmillan has now been officially appointed to a new three year term by Gov. Malloy.

Harbormaster seeks support for second term

Ian MacMillan is seeking support for a second term as Greenwich’s harbormaster, a position appointed by the governor. MacMillan’s first term expires at the end of June. “Dear Friends:,” MacMillan wrote in an email to friends. “William John “Ian” Macmillan is the State Harbor Master of Greenwich, Connecticut and his first term expires June 31, […] [Read More]

Harbor Management seats are hot

There’s no shortage of interest in the seven open seats on Greenwich’s new Harbor Management Commission, said Republican Selectman Dave Theis. The commission, responsible for crafting a plan to govern the town’s seven harbors and 30-mile shoreline, was created by the Representative Town Meeting last month in an attempt to resolve ambiguity over who should […] [Read More]

Things to do in Greenwich this weekend

The Greenwich Lions Club will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday in Roger Sherman Baldwin Park. Friday Civil War reenactor Joseph McGill Jr. will spend the night in the dark, cramped attic slave quarters at Bush-Holley House March 30. McGill, a descendant of slaves and founder of the Slave Dwelling Project, has made it […] [Read More]