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Wednesday, January 2, 2008

01/02/08 - The Town Assesor Joins The Greenwich Police Dpartment Dirty Tricks Squad, As Police Commissioner Peter Tesei Looks On And Does Nothing.

I was informed over my cell phone that my wives's store is getting a town tax audit, because the last Greenwich Time News Story about illegally appointed Police Captain Michael Pacewicz's refusal to conduct a fair open and honest investigation about police misconduct in Byram.

When I complained to Greenwich Town Assessor Ted Gwartney about this special audit, he said it was because of the Greenwich Time Article in yesterdays paper. When I asked if any other businesses listed in yesterday's paper were going to get a special audit he said, "I don't believe so."

When I asked him how he got the phone number that he called me on, at first he said from the phone book when he looked up the store's phone number. I then informed Mr. Gwartney that this was a cell phone that had never been associated with the store and would not be listed in any phone book.

Mr. Gwartney then explained it must have came from filings my wife had made in his office.

I then further, explained to Mr. Gwartney that I just got the cell phone, because I lost my cell phone just before Christmas. I had only given the phone number to the Greenwich Police Department and to Mr. Tessi's office when I repeatedly left messages seeking an appointment.

So I started asking Mr. Gwartney if he got the number from the Police Department or Mr. Tessi's office?

Mr. Gwartney then said he was unsure how his office got the number, but would find out for me.

I then called and complained to Mr. Tessi's secretary Paula who swore that the number had not came from Police Commissioner Peter Tessi's office.

Later, when I spoke to Mr. Gwartney again he said we got the number from the Greenwich Roundup Blog. So I then said,"So my wive is getting a special audit, because of what is written in Greenwich Roundup?'

Mr. Gwartney responded by saying, "I would not characterize it that way."

When I asked just how would he characterize it. Mr. Gwartney hung the phone up on me.

Just how many people are going to get caught up in illegally appointed Police Captain Michael Pacwicz's amateurish attempt to cover up police misconduct and civil rights violations.

Will the Fire Department or the Building Department be used improperly next?

When is Police Commissioner Peter Tesei goim to show some leadership and guarantee that my family and I get our Due Process Rights

01/02/08- All Of Greenwich Is Watching

Google Analytics is reporting that .....

Between December 2, 2007 and January 1, 2008

The Following results occurred at Greenwich Roundup:

There were 1,142 Unique Visitors

They visited average of 4.02 pages per visit

The Average Time on site 7:55 Minutes

Traffic Sources: Direct Traffic 44.55% - Search Engines 34.55% - Referring Sites 20.91

Under Visitors > Network Properties > Network Locations

1. Optimum Online (Cablevision Systems)

2. Verizon Internet Services Inc.

3. America Online Inc.

4. Town Of Greenwich

5. Bell South Net Inc.

The most interesting Network Location though was Betterridge Jewelers

Terry Betteridge or one of his employees spent 31 and a half minutes visiting 45 pages at Greenwich Roundup a few days back.

I just love this Google Analytics software.

It's so cool.

It tells you each visitors connection speed, what browser they use, what operating system they use, what version of flash they have installed, java support, language used, host names, etc.

With the IP address it's very easy to see when a certain computer is visiting Greenwich Roundup.

It is amazing how specific the search terms are from the Search engines.

But the really interesting is looking at the number of clicks registered on the keywords or labels in the left hand column on December 27th the day I was going to call Sam Romeo and complain about the management of the Greenwich Police Department in General and the 4 to 11 Byram coverage specifically.

/search/label/Police Chief David Ridberg

This page was viewed 21 times

7 Unique Views

00:04:35 Time on Page

/search/label/Greenwich Police

This page was viewed 9 times

5 Unique Views

00:02:08 Time on Page


This page was viewed 12 times

9 Unique Views

00:01:39 Time on Page

There are even more interesting results involving different search labels on days previous to December 27th.

01/02/07 - The Raw Greenwich News Feed

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Boy, 12, reels in 551-pound bull shark
The Charlotte Observer
... dock record and it took the young man almost an hour to pull in the shark. Medley, who goes to boarding school in Greenwich, Conn., said he hopes to mount the shark and take it back to school with him, according to the Palm Beach Post. ...

Man charged with defrauding Argos players faces more unrelated charges
The Canadian Press
- A man facing charges for allegedly defrauding four Toronto Argonauts players and head coach Michael (Pinball) Clemons is now facing additional fraud charges. Walter Garrick, 37, of Oakville, Ont., faces 16 charges of theft and fraud in Toronto in relation to the Argos case. He was charged in November by Halton regional police with five counts of fraud over $5,000 and one count of fraud under $5,000 for another alleged scam. Police allege Garrick convinced people to invest with him after he told them he was an Ivy League-educated doctor who owned Google stock and the Mississauga IceDogs junior hockey team. Toronto police have now charged Garrick with attempted fraud over $5,000 and two counts of not complying with bail conditions. He allegedly attempted to defraud a real estate office in Greenwich, Conn., through the purchase of a house there.

Construction spending nationwide rises 0.1%
Providence Business News
... were signs of a deepening retrenchment in outlays for single-family homes," Omair Sharif, an economist at RBS Greenwich Capital in Greenwich, Conn., told Bloomberg News. "Builders will likely continue to scale back on groundbreaking activity in the ...

Ketchum, Tittman Earn Weekly Honors from ECAC Hockey
A pair of Bulldogs earned honors from ECAC Hockey on Monday, as freshman forward Bray Ketchum (Greenwich, Conn.) was named Rookie of the Week and junior forward Sarah Tittman (Chilton, Wisc.) was named Player of the Week. This is the third Rookie of ...

County Fair: AP Apathy
Fairfield Weekly
... directly connected to the county: the appeal of Kennedy family cousin Michael Skakel, denying his part in a 1975 Greenwich murder. The others--Woodbury state senator Louis "Fredo Corleone" DeLuca's mob ties scandal, the exoneration of an East Haven ...

Genesee & Wyoming completes Md. Midland Railway deal
Wednesday Baltimore Sun
... of Maryland Midland, a 70-mile short-line railroad that primarily serves Lehigh Cement Co. in Carroll County. Greenwich, Conn.-based Genesee & Wyoming Inc. is an operator of almost 50 short-line and regional freight railroads worldwide. Maryland ...

Suzanne Radford-Stagg
Peshtigo Times Wisconsin Community Newspaper
... then married Bruce Radford and he died in 1998. She married Russell Stagg in March, 2002 and the couple lived in Greenwich, Conn. and Channahon, Ill. before moving to Airdrie, Alberta, Canada in 2005. She worked as a dress maker, jeweler and most ...

Losing Winter
E-The Environmental Magazine
By Jim Motavalli
Marshall Heaven of Greenwich, Connecticut got tired of waiting for the snow to fall, so he bought two Backyard Blizzard snowmakers and can now promise 15-foot drifts as early as late ...

Market memos
The Capital Times
... have changed hands since Nov. 23. The majority shareholder is Tontine Capital Partners, an investment firm in Greenwich, Conn. BRIEFLY As previously announced, Madison-based TomoTherapy Inc. today changed its ticker symbol to "TOMO." Milwaukee-based ...

Short Order
Wednesday Fairfield Weekly
... juice. Sipping one recently at the very crowded bar of the Ginger Man (sister of the gastropub of the same name in Greenwich) on a weekend night, it was obvious that quite a few of the folks in the post-college crowd were also fans of it. India ...

Breeden Capital Increases Stake in Zale Corp.
... according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday, The Associated Press reported. The Greenwich, Conn.-based investment fund reported owning 5.9 million shares, or a 13.3 percent stake in the jewelry store operator. In ...

Survey: Credit mess won't affect hiring
Financial service firms are planning to slightly increase overall hiring levels in 2008, according to a survey by Claymore Partners LLC, an executive search firm headquartered in Greenwich, Conn.

The Masculine Mystique
Fairfield Weekly
... have a massive fan base we can offend." Lima Charlie, whose four members live in Brooklyn, Stamford, Norwalk and Greenwich, formed in 2004. They play in New York City but consider Jimmy's Seaside in Stamford their ideal venue. "In New York, you're ...

Boaters: Launch ramp is a hazard
Norwalk Advocate
... to the back of their cars and back down the ramp at Grass Island's public marina to launch their vessels into Greenwich Harbor. Town officials this month paid about $165,000 to replace an old, damaged concrete ramp with a new one. But instead of a ...

Neenah Enterprises to go public
... have changed hands since Nov. 23. The majority shareholder is Tontine Capital Partners, an investment firm in Greenwich, Conn. In March, the company announced it would invest more than $50 million to construct a state-of-the-art molding line at ...

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