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This Week at Town Hall: Sept. 8 – Sept. 12

Football has kicked off and school schedules are settling down, but the oppressive humidity still lingers. Summer is  hang on, but fall is well on its way and Town Hall is getting the jump on the new

Synagogue meeting inconclusive, but officials hopeful for settlement

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
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

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

This week at Town Hall: July 22 – July 25

It’s another full week at town hall, with two long-awaited items finally set to be  judged by the Board of Selectmen: a $430,000 beautification campaign of downtown Greenwich’s central commons and the

This week at Town Hall: June 2 – June 6

The sweet, sweet month of June is settling in: those spring showers are clearing, graduations are on the horizon, and the pollen is still hanging in there. Summer is very clearly on the way, but while

Town seeks donations for fireworks show

The town is asking for donations from residents and corporations for a longer Fourth of July fireworks show. “Our annual fireworks display will be held Saturday, July 5th at Binney Park and Greenwich

BET sets town mill rate for 2014-2015 at 2.75 percent increase

Despite two motions by Democrats to lower the town’s tax rates for the upcoming fiscal year, the BET voted 9-3-0 to set the mill rate at 10.969 at their monthly meeting Monday evening. The new mill

Uniform Fashion Show on tap tomorrow

In honor of Older Americans Month, the town is hosting a Uniform Fashion Show for Greenwich residents ages 55+. The scam prevention event is designed to help attendees recognize real employees versus
A group of men clears a walkway of snow and ice in front of a building on Holly Hill Lane, Greenwich, Conn., Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 5, 2014. Photo: Bob Luckey

Snow storm safety tips

More snow is on the way tonight, and forecasters say it could very well continue falling through the end of Thursday. With that in mind, Greenwich Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator

BOS green lights tax relief for seniors

The town’s senior tax relief program on Thursday cleared one of three hurdles needed to keep the program in place. The Board of Selectman voted 2-1 to extend the senior tax relief ordinance another
Categories: Seniors, Town government