Monthly Archive for March, 2010

: March, 2010

Video and photos of boats righted at Greenwich Point amid Nor’Easter

Highs and lows of online mooring registration – big opportunity for Greenwich for ‘single sign-on’

First, the bad news. It took me two times to get it right – the online registration system offered by the town for renewal of our mooring permits. Click here for Greenwich Time article The online

Postmortem on the storm: questions that won’t go away

Not content with her criticism of First Selectman Peter Tesei at last week’s BET meeting, finance board member Nancy Barton lobbed a blistering letter to the editor of the Greenwich Time on Sunday.

Ugly spat over emergency coordinator funds is as personal as it gets

What’s really behind the very unusual and very public spat over the funding of the town’s emergency coordinator position? See article from the Greenwich Time Greenwich insiders say the rift had

Photos of toppled boats at Greenwich Point

Greenwich Point finally opened to public access today. At least six sailboats were blown off their stands.

Bill to curb power of cell tower council gets support in Hartford

While the Greenwich legislative delegation – also known as the Feckless Foursome – were at yet another self-promoting PR event on Friday, there was actually some good news coming out of Hartford. A