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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

04/23/08 - Singing with the choir (Via Greenwich Post)


Christ Church invites all boys from third to sixth grade for a morning of free singing and sports starting at 9. Attendees will receive vocal training from Jolle Greenleaf, who works with the men and boys choirs at St. Thomas Fifth Avenue, N.Y., and James Kennerley, director of the men and boys choirs at Christ Church. Members of the Boys Choir at Christ Church will perform a short concert at 12:30 p.m. Vocal sessions will be interspersed with sports breaks and snack. This is a non-religious event. No prior singing experience is necessary. For information, call Linda Austin-Small at 869-6000, ext. 23, or e-mail musicdept@christchurchgreenwich.org.

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04/23/08 - Earth friendly (Via The Greenwich Post)


Bryanne Pinheiro, 4, from Greenwich's Head Start First Steps classroom helps clean up during the morning Earth Day celebration at Armstrong Court yesterday.

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04/23/08 - "What good is a meter if you don't enforce it?" Byram Neighborhood Association President Michael Bocchino


The Byram Neighborhood Association voted unanimously to oppose a $48,000 project in the proposed 2008-2009 capital budget to install meters in lots on Henry and Williams streets.

Byram fights parking meters


Arguing it could worsen parking woes facing Byram merchants and residents, the area's neighborhood association is lobbying against a proposal to put meters in two parking lots....

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Currently about 135 municipal parking spaces in downtown Byram have time restrictions but are not metered, Parking Services Director Alan Corry said.

The town's staff of six full-time parking enforcement officers, and one part-time officer, spend about five hours a day in Byram enforcing regulations, Corry said....

...The proposed project to meter the lots would split the 110 spaces about equally between eight-hour and two-hour spaces, Corry said.

Corry said additional personnel would be necessary to increase the level of enforcement in Byram, and that meters would make enforcement more simple and efficient.

Currently parking enforcement officers patrolling Byram chalk the tires of cars in regulated spaces, returning later and ticketing those which remain in the spots.

"You come back an hour or two laters to check if they've moved or haven't moved," Corry said. "When you are talking about 100 cars that gets very labor intensive."

If the meters were installed, the additional revenue generated from fees and fines could possibly help pay for an officer to deal exclusively with Byram enforcement, he said.

"It is hard right now to be consistent with enforcement with the people I have," Corry said. "It would mean increasing my staff to have somebody dedicated to that area."

Now Here Is Someone Who Is Able To Think Outside The Box To Solve The Byram Parking Problem - Duh, Let's Develop More Parking

Without additional enforcement, the meters would fall short of breaking parking gridlock, said Kevin Allmashy, owner of Executive Corner Deli on Mill Street, whose customers often complain about the hassle of finding a space....

....Allmashy said he thinks adding an additional 100-space parking deck above the William Street lot which would provide enough spaces to accommodate more businesses and customers in Byram.

"Right now Byram is growing and we have great businesses coming in," he said. "But it won't continue to grow if we don't deal with the parking issue and find more spaces."

Maybe, They Should Make Kevin "Let's Try Something New" Allmashy The President Of The Byram Neighborhood Association.

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04/22/08 - Son Of The Beach Lawsuit - The Nightmare Continues ...


"There's no reason why we can't restrict this pool from any outside individuals or residents," said Michael Bocchino, president of the Byram Neighborhood Association. In a landmark case decided by state Supreme Court, ...

Police Raid Byram House Arrest Four Teens

3 Apr 2008

by The Editor

Police raid Byram house arrest four teens Greenwich Time

Its the first step to stopping the activity and quot he said The arrests follows several marijuana busts police have made across town over the past ...
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Executive Corner Deli 229 Mill St Byram CT

30 Mar 2008

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04/23/08 - The Greenwich Roundup For Wednesday

Human Roundup
Earth day events
Greenwich Time - Greenwich,CT

April is Earth Day Month in Greenwich, so the Greenwich Conservation Department has put together a list of many events, this month and next, that are aimed ...

...The list can be found at its Web site at:

www.greenwichct.org/ConservationCommission/ConservationCommission.asp

Featured Greenwich News And Sports Reports

Greenwich Academy tennis falls to St. Luke's
Greenwich Time - Greenwich,CT

For years, Greenwich Academy has been the tennis team to beat in the Fairchester Athletic Association. But if yesterday's match was any indication, ...
GHS golf drives its way past Bruins
Greenwich Time - Greenwich,CT
By David Fierro

Greenwich High School's David Morilla watches the flight of his ball during the Cardinals' 5 1/2-2 1/2 win over Brunswick at Fairview Counry ...

2-Year Note Yields Rise to Highest Since 2006 Versus Fed Funds
Bloomberg - USA

``Stocks are down, and no one wants to buy the front end if the Fed is done,'' said Ian Lyngen, an interest-rate strategist in Greenwich, Connecticut, ...

Greenwich Mansion Planned with 26 toilets
Wall Street Journal Blogs - New York,NY

Greenwich, Conn., is a small town of big houses. Like Steve Cohen's 32000-square-foot home with its own ice rink. Or Paul Tudor Jones' 13000 square-footer. ...

Ridgefield hands Greenwich lacrosse its first loss of the season
Greenwich Time - Greenwich,CT

An off night by the Greenwich High School boys lacrosse team led to its first loss of the season in a battle of unbeatens against Ridgefield. ...

Featured Greenwich Blog Posts

Annual Volunteer Luncheon

When: Wednesday April 23rd, 2008 - 12:00 PM

Where: Greenwich Library at Flinn Gallery

sponsored by the Friends of the Greenwich Library.
Greenwich Library | Today's Events - http://www.greenwichlibrary.org

Walk raises money for breast health research (Greenwich Post)
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The third annual Hands Across the Avenue walk will make its way to and from Richards of Greenwich at 359 Greenwich Ave. on Sunday, starting at 11 am.
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CT: Rubins overdosed on heroin, cocaine - Greenwich Time

(US) Rubins overdosed on heroin, cocaine

Greenwich Time - Rubins overdosed on heroin, cocaine

STAMFORD -- A Greenwich plastic surgeon found dead in his pool worker's Stamford apartment in January overdosed on heroin and cocaine, ...
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The Raw Greenwich News Feed

  1. United Rentals, Inc. First Quarter 2008 Conference Call and Audio...

    Business Wire

    ... Rentals is a member of the Standard & Poor ' s MidCap 400 Index and the Russell 2000 Index and is headquartered in Greenwich, Conn. Additional information about United Rentals is available at www.unitedrentals.com .

  2. Banking woes seem to ease. Is it a sign?

    Christian Science Monitor

    ... is behind us for financial markets," says Michael Darda, chief economist at MKM Partners, an investment firm in Greenwich, Conn. "It doesn't mean the worst has been seen in terms of the economic data," he adds, but in forward-looking indicators ...

  3. Stock futures fall on financial sector worries

    The Boston Globe

    ... Europe's lead lower here," said Tim Smalls, head of U.S. stock trading at brokerage firm Execution LLC in Greenwich, Connecticut. "There's another round of sketchy rumors about more trouble at financials, but nothing concrete." S&P 500 futures fell ...

  4. Recipes

    WTNH

    ... brunch items is Chef Darrin Burr from City Hall Cafe in Waterbury. Spaghetti al Sugo di Pomodoro from Polpo in Greenwich. Polpo Restaurant is considered one of Connecticut's and the Northeast's best dining experiences. ...

  5. Letter: Bottled water better than most drinks

    Chico Enterprise-Record

    ... tions that keep all plastic household containers - regardless of what they hold - out of landfills. - Jane Lazgin, Greenwich, Conn.

  6. Shops Claim a Once-Gritty Waterfront

    New York Times

    ... the food and consumer products giant. In 2004, Unilever sold the site to National Resources, a developer based in Greenwich, Conn. It wants to convert the site to a mixed-use center, at a cost that may reach $250 million. This development, to be ...

  7. "High Society Exposed in New Book from Author D. Anderson Rocks"

    24-7 Press Release

    GREENWICH, CT -The party for around two hundred will be held at a palatial Private residence on Round Hill Road and is ...


  8. Variety comes home to Gotham

    Variety.com

    ... dubbed an L-shaped area on the Upper East Side and midtown Manhattan as Lower Hedgistan. Upper Hedgistan is Greenwich, Conn., a short train ride from New York City, where 40% of the world's hedge funds -- with more than $1 billion in assets -- are ...

  9. CVTech Group Inc. announces secondary sale of 22 million shares

    Canada NewsWire

    ... Overseas Master Fund, L.P., for a total of 17.5 million shares. Tontine is an institutional investor based in Greenwich, Connecticut. Tontine has today issued a press release with respect to its purchase of the shares, as required by Canadian ...

  10. PASSUR Aerospace, Inc. Becomes New Company Name for Megadata...

    PR Newswire

    GREENWICH, Conn., FirstCall/ -- Stockholders of Megadata Corporation voted at the company's annual meeting on April 16, 2008 to change the company's name to PASSUR Aerospace, Inc.


  11. Greenwich plastic surgeon overdosed, medical examiner confirms

    NewsTimesLive.com

    The Greenwich plastic surgeon found dead in his pool worker's Stamford apartment in February overdosed on a combination of heroin and cocaine, according to the state's medical examiners.



  12. Tigers shock Cards

    NewsTimesLive.com

    ... Tigers pulled out a stunning 13-10 Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference win over the second-ranked Greenwich Cardinals in front of a near capacity crowd at Tiger Hollow Stadium. As fans rushed the field, no one could say for sure if ...

  13. Boeing Profit Forecast May Reassure Investors Weary of Dreamliner Delay

    Bloomberg

    ... as travel demand slows and the economy weakens, said Peter Arment , an American Technology Research analyst in Greenwich, Connecticut, who has a ``neutral'' rating on Boeing. ``We're at a crossroads point right now as to whether we'll see a recovery ...

  14. Saxon Energy in talks that could net buyout

    The Toronto Star

    ... Canada, the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela. First Reserve, with offices in Houston, Greenwich, Conn., and London, is the leading private equity firm specializing in the energy industry. Schlumberger supplies technology, ...

  15. Royal Bank Of Scotland Building Rises In Stamford

    Hartford Courant

    The woes of the financial services industry haven't interfered with The Royal Bank of Scotland's construction of a curvy, glass-and-terra cotta headquarters across Washington Boulevard from rival UBS, evident ...

  16. Dow Jones, S&P dip on bank worries

    Theedgedaily.com

    ... and Apple could add to those, said Tim Smalls, head of US stock trading at brokerage firm Execution LLC in Greenwich, Connecticut. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, May crude settled at a record US$117.48, up 79 cents, after hitting an intraday ...

Wednesday's News Links From
The Greenwich Post


Walk raises money for breast health research

The third annual Hands Across the Avenue walk will make its way to and from Richards of Greenwich at 359 Greenwich Ave. on Sunday, starting at 11 a.m.

New online consignment boutique supports charity

Revolve Couture, an online consignment boutique offering new and gently used designer clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories, announced its grand opening this week with the launch of a new Web site and eBay store.

Coast guard auxiliary holds 'swearing in'

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary 2008 elected officers for Flotilla 7-4 (Greenwich, Darien and Stamford) were recently sworn in to office at the Change of Watch dinner.


Greenwich Time RSS News Feed



Reported cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea more than doubled in one year among Greenwich residents 15 to 24 years old, according to statistics from the state Department of Public Health.
Full Story

Report: Morale low at library

Greenwich Library suffers from poor employee morale, a lack of opportunities for advancement and general dissatisfaction with management, according to those surveyed in a consultant's report on the institution.
Full Story

By Neil Vigdor
Staff Writer

Before the curtain ever rises on the renovation of the Greenwich High School auditorium, the project is facing multiple threats from some members of the Representative Town Meeting.
Full Story

Diplomat: Meeting pope unforgettable experience

From Mikhail Gorbachev to Queen Elizabeth II, Joseph Verner Reed has rubbed the elbows with some of the world's most influential figures during his career, so much so that the novelty of greeting a visiting pope might be rather ho-hum for the Greenwich diplomat.
Full Story

Frustrations bubbled up at last night's meeting with Glenville School parents as Board of Education officials outlined two possible relocation options for students.
Full Story

Reverse 911 trial set for Friday

Don't be alarmed if you get a phone call Friday about an emergency. The town will test the town's reverse 911-system at 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m sending more than 20,000 pre-recorded phone messages to numbers throughout Greenwich, Town Emergency Management Operations Coordinator Daniel Warzoha said. Full Story

What's Going On In Town

Via Greenwich Post - Postings


Today

Retired Men’s Association

Joe Tranfo Jr., of the Benedict Place Project, speaks at the next Retired Men’s Association meeting, 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, April 23, YMCA; 637-2393;


‘Pick Your Protein’

Riverside nutritionist Phyllis Schondorf offers a walking tour of selected grocery store aisles, 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 23, ShopRite at Commerce Park Stamford; registration required; 978-0464.

Bariatric Support Group

The Bariatric Support Group for those who have undergone or are considering bariatric surgery meets, 6:30 to 8, Wednesday, April 23, Healthy Living Center; free; 863-4302.

‘Save the Jenny’

A benefit show to raise funds for Arcadia Coffee House featuring comedians Jane Condon, Richie Byrne and Brad Zimmerman, 7:30, Wednesday, April 23, Arcadia Coffee House; reservations required; suggested minimum donation $100; 637-0707.

Thursday, April 24

‘Food and Flowers’

Patricia Blake McNamee of Patricia Blake Catering and Peter Couture of Blossoms Plus present “Paris in the Springtime” a hands-on program on Parisian fresh flower and food markets, 11 to 1, Thursday, April 24, Garden Education Center of Greenwich; registration required; 869-9242; Gecgreenwich.org.

Health for all ages

The Kronos Longevity Research Institute holds a tea and talk titled “It Is Never Too Late To Be Healthy,” 2:30 to 4:30, Thursday, April 24, L’Escale Restaurant; free; reservations required; 866-840-1117.

Jazz Quartet performs

The Scott Castle Jazz Quartet performs at the Byram Shubert Library’s family music series, 7, Thursday, April 24, St. Paul Lutheran Church; free; light refreshments served; 531-4026.

Power of Play

David Elkin, psychologist, discusses his book The Power of Play: Raising Healthy Children in a Stressful World, 7, Thursday, April 24, Christ Church Nursery School; $20.

Friday, April 25

Sea scenes

Local Luminist painter Peter Lane holds an opening reception for his “Majestic Marines” exhibit, 4 to 8, Friday, April 25, Arcadia Coffee Co.; exhibit opens April 24 and runs through April 30; 302-1956.

Mixed media methods

The Art Society of Old Greenwich focuses on mixed media art with a talk by Susan Baker who demonstrates how she creates her mixed media sculptures, 5 to 7, Friday, April 25, Garden Education Center; open to public; 869-9242.

‘On the Boardwalk’

ARC holds a benefit event themed “On the Boardwalk” with a live auction lead by WABC’s Eyewitness News’ Bill Evans, Friday, April 25, Hyatt Regency; 531-1880; Sizemore@arcgreenwich.org.



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