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Wednesday, May 14, 2008

05/14/08 - Can't be late for dinner at the COUNTRY CLUB !!!!!!!!!


What? You want to set up a play date for your little Donovan-Caleb and my perfect little Brittany-ashleigh? Um...I'll have her check her Day Planner, after I pick her up from her French lessons, and she'll get back to you. Unless she is attending one of her many after-school lessons, we really don't let her play with children who are outside our circle, so please don't hold your breath.

These women basicly do nothing all day.


They know nothing about having to WORK everyday AND take care of their families. They don't cook or clean house either. Most have nanny's who care for the children. This is probably the only QUALITY time they spend with their kids.

What do these women know they don't even know how to cook dinner for their kids , their hired help is cooking it.

Soccer moms stay true to the name

After parking her sport utility vehicle, Vicky Newman arrived at the field to join a group of mothers for the first big soccer practice of the year....

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05/14/08 - The Raw Greenwich News Feed For wednesday (Updated)


The Three Minute Greenwich News Brief

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Officer injured in scuffle with suspect

A police officer was hospitalized with serious head injuries at Greenwich Hospital yesterday afternoon after striking his head during an altercation with a young man at a Cos Cob home, police Chief David Ridberg said...
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  1. As we celebrate new options for finding geodata...Greenwich Stirs

    All Points Blog

    Everyone remembers Greenwich, the town in Connecticut that went through a FOIA and several lawsuits only to lose its bid refuse sharing GIS data with a consultant.

  2. Benign inflation report boosts Wall St

    Earth Times

    ... is not going to be ratcheting up rates any time soon," said Michael Darda, chief economist at MKM Partners LLC, in Greenwich, Connecticut. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 141.51 points, or 1.11 percent, to 12,973.69. The Standard & ...

  3. Down By Foie

    Chicago Magazine

    ... standout in 14 cities worldwide) would be if they opened a steak house," says Lynn Saathoff, chef/partner of the Greenwich, Connecticut - 'based cb5 Restaurant Group. Ajasteak will get its beef directly from Japan's Kobe region (courtesy of local ...

  4. We Are Paying Town Attorney John Wayne Fox $12,500 A Month To Fight A $100 Ticket That Jim Lash Got And Deserved

    "But what's worse is they feel that they can continue to skirt FOI and occasionally pay a small penalty or even no penalty."

    "I used to think that they would clean up their act after several adverse decisions, and to some degree they have made progress in making important data-sets widely available in electronic form. Now I sense they will only go through the motions and will not develop a sense of 'trustees of the public's records' until someone loses elections over legal costs or a major decision hits home."

    Greenwich officials shriek about security in illegally denying a Freedom of Information request for aerial shots of the town

  5. Restaurant exec is pumping it up

    New York Business.com

    ... accessible, flavorful food that is also good for them. A former private equity associate at Wexford Capital in Greenwich, Conn., Mr. Eskin, 27, discovered The Pump while searching for viable business ventures for Wexford. He convinced his employer ...

  6. Bill Clark At Greenwich Gossip Choses Ed To Replace "The Doll"

    EdforRep.com

    On a picture-perfect May morning in 2008 a man stood next to a Greenwich Avenue building erected by his grandfather in 1925, and with his proud parents, wife, and daughter beside him, announced his plans to change history.

    Greenwich has not had a Democratic representative in Hartford since 1912. In effect, one might say, Greenwich has therefore not had a functioning representative in Hartford for 96 years. Why? Because the Democratic party has a heavy majority in the State House of Representatives, and we here in Greenwich insist on sending impotent Republicans to "represent" us anyhow. And so we are effectively unrepresented.

  7. Pics from the 2008 Democratic 4th District Nominating Convention

    My Left Nutmeg

    ... Former Chair of the Democratic Party of Connecticut (and former secret crush - shhhhh! while we were classmates at Greenwich High). George provided the election of Permanent Chair during the ceremony. Emma and Linley Himes, who led the Pledge of ...

  8. This Blog Is Worth The Price of a Hardcover

    Buzz, Balls & Hype

    ... I'm on an really big tour, stopping in Philly, Oakmont PA, Seattle, San Fran, Miami, Tallahassee, Madison CT, Old Greenwich CT, NYC, St. Louis, Cherry Hill NJ, Kentucky, Phoenix... its all here along with a booktrailer done by VidLit, an interview ...

  9. Museum-Collection Move to Ohio State Will Create Huge Cartoon Repository

    Editor & Publisher

    ... "Beetle Bailey" creator Mort Walker of King Features Syndicate founded IMCA in 1973. The museum opened in Greenwich, Conn., in 1974 and then was situated in Rye Brook, N.Y., from 1976 to 1992. In 1996, IMCA reopened in Boca Raton, Fla., but ...

  10. Spoil the dog, not the cake; some pets get treated to their own birthday parties

    Palm Beach Post

    ... out $34 billion; last year it was $41 billion, according to the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association in Greenwich, Conn. Specialty products are the fastest growing segment of the pet products industry, said the association's president, ...

  11. RTM leaders who gave committee reports were displeased that town officials brought the unpopular proposal back to the legislative body.

    Stop Signs Will Remain On Greenwich Avenue

    The First Selectman And Police Phief Assured RTM Members That Officers Would Remain On Traffic Duty, Opponents Of The Lights Saw The Plan As A Method OF Taking The Traffic Officers Away.

  12. AIG Ex-Chief Greenberg's Presence Will Be Felt at Meeting He Won't Attend

    Bloomberg

    ... like they're hurting his child,'' said William Berkley , chairman of W.R. Berkley Corp. , an insurer based in Greenwich, Connecticut. ``AIG was this man's creation. It was his life's work.'' Berkley, whose predecessor , Berkley Dean & Co., was ...

  13. Former Shooter Traders Seek $200 Million for Currency Hedge Fund in London

    Bloomberg

    ... Nicholas Maounis , whose Amaranth Advisors LLC collapsed under a record $6.6 billion loss in 2006, plans to open Greenwich, Connecticut-based Verition Fund Management LLC later this year with more than $200 million. Daniel Zwirn , the New York-based ...

  14. Consumer Prices in U.S. May Have Climbed 0.3% in April, Led by Food, Fuel

    Bloomberg

    ... tamp down inflation pressures have been disappointed to date,'' said Stephen Stanley , chief economist at RBS Greenwich Capital in Greenwich, Connecticut. Compared with a year earlier, the cost of living probably rose 4 percent, according to the ...

  15. The American College Annouces Albert 'Bud' Schiff, CLU,...

    PRWeb

    ... served as a Captain in the United States Navy Reserve, and is an avid yachtsman. He and his wife Jayne reside in Greenwich, CT, and have two grown children and five grandchildren. The American College is the leader in innovative training and ...

  16. TJX profit up 20 percent

    Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    ... Retailing Index. "You have people looking for reasons here to take profit," said McKeever, whose firm is based in Greenwich, Conn. "I don't think people are taking issue with sales. It's more profitability issues and some on earnings guidance." ...

  17. Susannah Evelyn McLarnan

    News Journal

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Susannah Evelyn McLarnan, 98, at The Nathaniel Witherell, She had lived at The Nathaniel Witherell since 1999.

  18. Yerina, Trumbull shut down Fairfield Ludlowe

    Connecticut Post

    ... at 13-3 in the FCIAC and gave it the tiebreaker edge. Trumbull faces Wilton today and ends the regular season with Greenwich on Friday. "It wasn't our best game of the year, but we'll take it," said Pacelli, whose team also committed three errors. ...

  19. Purchase College Faculty/Staff Receive Chancellor's Awards

    Westchester.com

    ... of Humanities and the annual French Film Festival which is co-sponsored by Purchase and the Alliance Franaise of Greenwich, CT. Michael Torlen, Mamaroneck, NY, a member of the Purchase College School of Art+Design faculty since 1972, is also a ...

  20. Greenwich Tech News - Yawn - Overpriced Apple Is Comming To Overpriced Greenwich Avenue

    The Closed Clearview Cinema At 356 Greenwich Avenue To Become Overpriced Apple Store ... "You would think they would be proud of the fact and advertise," Town Planner Diane Fox said. "It's very strange."...
  21. US dollar may extend gains

    The Age

    ... trades should receive a moderate boost,'' wrote Alan Ruskin, head of international currency strategy at RBS Greenwich Capital Markets in Greenwich, Connecticut, in a research note to clients. ''With the fiscal stimulus coming, there is a sense that ...

  22. Amaranth HF Mgr To Start Hedge Fund

    Institutional Investor

    ... investors. ''I welcome the opportunity to speak with you personally about my new venture.'' Maounis plans to open Greenwich, Connecticut-based Verition Fund Management later this year with more than $200 million, according to two former investors ...


  23. It's a Manse World

    Fairfield Weekly

    In this envelope: lots of wasted taxpayer dollars In an effort to overturn a state Freedom of Information Commission ruling, Greenwich is appealing a 2006 decision that not only found the town was in violation ...


  24. Author Jeanine Behr Getz and Her Company Kids Think Big LLC Have an...

    PRWeb

    Will Think Green! start a publishing trend? "Think Green!" is the 1st colorfully illustrated children's book to have it's own eco-audit! Greenwich, CT -- Celebrate Earth Day everyday! "Our youngest ...


  25. AllGreenWedding: Online Gift Registry For Eco Crazies [The Startup Review]

    Mashable

    ... carbon footprint as low as possible. Created by the makers of Felicite , an all-in-one gift registry site based in Greenwich, Connecticut, All Green Wedding, like other similar destinations on the Web, is a simple construction. It even has a near ...

  26. Greenwich Bussiness Wire For Tuesday

    Ted Fisher, creator of 'Best in Town,' a listing of Greenwich businesses...

    ... "Best in Town will be comparable to a combination of the Zagat Guide, the Yellow Pages, the Robb Report and the United Way," Ted Fisher said, adding that the Web site and annual reference guide are being developed...

    ...Greenwich resident Ted Fisher has set aside his needle and thread, the tools of his previous trade as a custom clothier, to develop "Best in Town," a listing of highly regarded businesses covering more than 200 categories...

  27. Heard it Through The Grapevine - Local Newspaper Maybe Living On Borrowed Time

    The Money Losing And Subscriber Losing Greenwich Time May Became A Local News Bureau Of A Bridgeport News Paper.

    ... On July 14, 2006, San Francisco businessman and real estate investor Clint Reilly filed a lawsuit against Hearst Corp. (owner of the San Francisco Chronicle) and Media News Group (owner of the San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times, Martin Independent Journal, Oakland Tribune and all other paid-circulation dailies in the Bay Area), alleging that the two companies have been conspiring to control advertising rates, a violation of antitrust laws...

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Senior prom was 'a night to remember'

The Greenwich High School seniors celebrated the end of their high school careers this past Saturday at their senior prom. The Stamford Hilton was bombarded with limos, party buses and a newly popular mode of transportation: school buses.

Selectmen say OK to stop signs in Old Greenwich

The Board of Selectmen gave a unanimous go-ahead last week to testing new stop signs at one of Old Greenwich’s key intersections, and neighbors are eager to find out the results.

March for measles this Saturday

The Greenwich Chapter of the American Red Cross asks residents to help save the life of a child on Sunday by participating in a 5K walk at Tod’s Point to help raise money for the Measles Initiative, a multi-organizational effort to vaccinate children in Africa and Southeast Asia.

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Locking arms with his mentor William Nickerson, who is retiring from the state Senate at the end of year, Riverside investment chief...
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Lavery backs Byram units

Breaking ranks with her colleagues on the Board of Selectmen, Democratic Selectman Lin Lavery said she supports expanding the McKinney Terrace affordable housing complex in Byram.
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Yesterday was Annie Kirshman's first trip to the Greenwich Library Technology Training Center. The longtime Greenwich resident decided it was the right time to learn about blogging, which she had heard about from her husband.
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By Neil Vigdor Staff Writer A plan to put traffic lights on Greenwich Avenue died in the Representative Town Meeting for the second year in a row despite the prospect of a federal transportation grant paying for the ...
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Brick oven pizzas keep teachers smiling

Seventh-grade English teacher Jess Bruderman and fellow staff members buzzed with glee yesterday as they sat down to pizza outside of Central Middle School.
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Community Events Via The

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Today

Visiting Mark Twain
The Friends of Greenwich Library sponsor a bus trip to Mark Twain’s Home and Museum and lunch at Apricot’s overlooking the Farmington River, 8:30 to 5:30, Wednesday, May 14, bus leaves from rear parking lot of Greenwich Library; registration required; $85 for Friends, $90 for guests; 622-7938.

Retired Men’s Association
Senator William Nickerson will speak at the next Retired Men’s Association meeting, 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, May 14, YMCA; 637-2393; Decsepel2@aol.com.

Fund-raising kitchen tour
Tour distinct kitchens in Riverside and Old Greenwich to raise money for the Old Greenwich-Riverside Community Centre Scholarship Fund, 10 to 2, Wednesday, May 14, Old Greenwich-Riverside Community Centre; $75 tour, $105 tour plus lunch at the Riverside Yacht Club; Ogrcc.com.

Breathe better
The Better Breathers Club meets, 12:45 to 2, Wednesday, May 14, Healthy Living Center; free; registration required; 863-4277; Greenhosp.org.

First step into art
Greenwich Head Start holds an opening event for its art exhibition with pieces by each of the 37 children enrolled in First Steps and Kid’s Corner Preschools, 5:30 to 6:30, Greenwich Library Children’s Room; 249-7233.

Greenwich life discussions
The Northwest Greenwich Association hosts a discussion with First Selectman Peter Tesei on issues that affect life in Greenwich, 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 14, Audubon Greenwich; 542-5032; Pres@nwga.info.

Thursday, May 15

‘Understanding Prints’
David Tunick of David Tunick, Inc. in New York City presents a gallery talk titled “Understanding Prints,” 11:30 a.m., Thursday, May 15, Bush-Holley Historic Site; reservations required; $7 for lecture; $10 for brown bag lunch; 869-6899, ext. 10.

Multiple Sclerosis Support
The Multiple Sclerosis Support Group meets, 2:30 to 3:30, Thursday, May 15, Old Greenwich-Riverside Community Center; free; registration required; 863-3792.

‘A Little Night Music’
Greenwich High School Theater presents Stephen Sondheim’s ‘A Little Night Music,’ 7:30, Thursday May 15 through Saturday, May 17; Greenwich High School Auditorium; reservations required; $15; 863-8808.

Piano Princess performs
Greenwich native Cheryl Engelhardt holds a solo performance, 8:30, Thursday, May 15, and a full band performance, 8:30, Saturday, May 17, Thataway Cafe; free; 622-0947; Thatawaycafe.com.

Friday, May 16

Fund-raiser wine tasting
Children’s Day School celebrates its 61st year and holds a fund-raising wine tasting, 6 to 8:30, Friday, May 16, Arcadia Coffee; $50 to $100 per person; 637-1122; Childrensdayschool.net.

Saturday, May 17

Dad discussions
Family therapist John Hamilton discusses how to improve your relationship with your teen, 8 to 9:30 a.m., Saturday, May 17, YWCA; free; 962-3336.

Outdoor Crafts Festival
The Bruce museum holds its 23rd Annual Outdoor Crafts Festival, 10 to 5, Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18, Bruce Museum; free for members and children under five, $8 non-members; 869-0376; Brucemuseum.org.

Fishy business
The Conservation Commission holds an open house session at the Mianus River Pond Fishway to answer questions on the fishway and the fish that use it, 10 to noon, Saturday, May 17, 125 River Road Extension; 622-6461; Brian.eltz@greenwichct.org.

Tuesday, May 20

‘Carb Appeal’
Riverside nutritionist Phyllis Schondorf leads a walk through selected grocery store aisles, 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 20, ShopRite at Commerce Park in Stamford; registration required; 978-0464; 299-5750.

Culinary showcase
The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce presents the Greenwich Business and Culinary Showcase, 5:30 to 8, Tuesday, May 20, Hyatt Regency; $15 if pre-registered and pre-paid by May 13; add $10 after May 13; 869-3500; Greenwichchamber.com.

Wednesday, May 21

Retired Men’s Association
Roxana Bowgen of Volunteers On Call will speak at the next Retired Men’s Association meeting, 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, May 21, YMCA; 637-2393; Decsepel2@aol.com.

Golfing with the Chamber
The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce holds its 6th Annual “Chamber Niners” of nine-hole rounds of golf and networking, 2:28 tee time, Wednesdays,, May 21, June 18, July 16, Aug. 20 and Sept. 17, Griffith E. Harris memorial Golf Course; reservations required; limited to 24 players; $300 entry fee; 869-3500.

Sunday, May 25

Celebrate Israel’s 60th
The UJA Federation of Greenwich sponsors a celebration of State of Israel’s 60th anniversary, 5, Sunday, May 25, Wilton High School athletic complex; free; 391-3006; Kl@austinlawrence.com.


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05/14/08 - Heard It Through The Grapevine - Greenwich Library Director Has Quit (Update - Confirmation)


After A Decade Mario Gonzales Is Leaving The Greenwich Public Library

It has been widely reported here and elsewhere about following a consultants report that library employees complained of poor morale at the library.

Library staff have often criticized Gonzalez' leadership style.

The report listed 24 of the library employee who said Gonzalez was a "bully" , a"dictator", and generally a controlling individual.

Personally, I can't wait to see what Library Based Blogger Bill Clark of Greenwich Gossip has to say about this rumor.

UPDATE & CONFIRMATION:


Bye, Bye, Mario
Greenwich Gossip

After nine years of inept "management", highlighted by the misdeeds of his unsupervised deputy, convicted thief Inga Boudreau, and his own "dictatorial, controlling, and bullying" reign of terror over the rest of the employees, library director Mario Gonzalez has finally thrown in the towel. He and the library board have fought long and hard to try to prevent a recent consultant's report, which detailed the abysmal morale at the library and the reasons therefor, from ever seeing the light of day. But you can't fight that kind of rear-guard action against the truth for very long, and on Tuesday night Mario told the board he was jumping before he was pushed.

Well, perhaps not in those exact words, but that was clearly the general idea. He will be "pursuing other opportunities," the standard formula used to gloss over a forced resignation; what those oppotunities may be and just how, with his blemished reputation, he plans to pursue them is a matter for conjecture. Mario talks optimistically of "other opportunities that will come to my door," but if your scribe were he, he would not be holding his breath....

Gonzalez to retire from library

Greenwich Time

After nine years at the helm of Greenwich Library, Mario Gonzalez will retire this summer to pursue other opportunities, he said yesterday.

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05/12/08 - We Are Paying Town Attorney John Wayne Fox $12,500 A Month To Fight A $100 Ticket That Jim Lash Got And Deserved


In this envelope: lots of wasted taxpayer dollars

Quotes:

"But what's worse is they feel that they can continue to skirt FOI and occasionally pay a small penalty or even no penalty."

"I used to think that they would clean up their act after several adverse decisions, and to some degree they have made progress in making important data-sets widely available in electronic form. Now I sense they will only go through the motions and will not develop a sense of 'trustees of the public's records' until someone loses elections over legal costs or a major decision hits home."

Headline:

Greenwich officials shriek about security in illegally denying a Freedom of Information request for aerial shots of the town


Story:

It's a Manse World

Fairfield Weekly


In an effort to overturn a state Freedom of Information Commission ruling, Greenwich is appealing a 2006 decision that not only found the town was in violation of the law, but could save a former First Selectman from paying a $100 fine. Question: at what cost to taxpayers?

The FOI Commission slapped the former selectman, Jim Lash, with the fine in 2006 after it ruled that he withheld public documents from Greenwich resident Stephen Whitaker. The town is appealing the decision in New Britain Superior Court, and oral arguments for the case are expected to begin next month....

...According to Fox, it's "virtually impossible to tell" how much the municipality has spent fighting the FOI disputes, since the attorneys who work for the town are under salary....

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05/14/08 - Bill Clark At Greenwich Gossip Choses Ed To Replace "The Doll"


EdforRep.com


On a picture-perfect May morning in 2008 a man stood next to a Greenwich Avenue building erected by his grandfather in 1925, and with his proud parents, wife, and daughter beside him, announced his plans to change history.

Greenwich has not had a Democratic representative in Hartford since 1912. In effect, one might say, Greenwich has therefore not had a functioning representative in Hartford for 96 years. Why? Because the Democratic party has a heavy majority in the State House of Representatives, and we here in Greenwich insist on sending impotent Republicans to "represent" us anyhow. And so we are effectively unrepresented.

Ed Krumeich plans to change all that. He ran against "the Doll" two years ago, and came within a whisker of beating her in our strongly Republican Town. Many independents and Republicans voted for Ed in 2006, and your scribe believes that "the Doll" saw the handwriting on the wall. She decided not to run again - one of her smarter moves during her many utterly unproductive years in public office.

For she never got a single piece of legislation passed. Sure, she sponsored some bills; but either they never got out of committee or they died on the House floor. She can look back on a legislative record that amounts to a big fat goose egg.

Ed, on the other hand, is an experienced lawyer who can use his training to Greenwich's advantage. As a member of the BET, he was a consensus builder, acting not so much as a member of a political party as a citizen of the Town working for the Town. As a member of the majority party in Hartford, he would be able to sponsor bills that actually (gasp!) get passed. And he would be able to bring the same common sense that has marked his career on the BET to the somewhat chaotic budget process in Hartford. Here's what he had to say on that score:

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I would like to see the State of Connecticut run more like the Town of Greenwich. We carefully balance the needs of our residents for services and the taxpayers' interest in avoiding abrupt, steep and irregular tax increases. For the past eight years we [the BET and the Town of Greenwich] have been able to limit tax increases to the rate of inflation. The State of Connecticut needs to do the same thing."

Oh, my! Fiscal responsibility in the State of Connecticut? Your scribe admires Ed for his courage.

So why should we in Greenwich change course after 96 years? Ed offers this as one reason:

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[My opponent] wants to go to Hartford to oppose, attack or criticize the majority. I want to work with the majority to get things done for the people of Greenwich."

No wonder Ed is a successful lawyer. He thinks clearly, reasons well, smiles often, and indeed "gets things done." So why would someone with a comfortable six-figure income want to take a substantial pay cut and spend untold hours commuting to and from Hartford?

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My family has been in Greenwich for a long time and Greenwich has been good to us. In return there has been a long tradition of our family giving back to Greenwich."

Well, let's see if the citizenry of Greenwich wants to take Ed up on his offer. One thing is certain: he could hardly be any less effectual than his predecessor, and the odds are pretty strong that he could in fact make good on his campaign promise of "getting things done for the Town of Greenwich." Wouldn't that be a nice change of affairs?

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04/14/08 - RTM leaders who gave committee reports were displeased that town officials brought the unpopular proposal back to the legislative body.

Stop Signs Will Remain On Greenwich Avenue

Quote:

"NO !!!"

Headline:

The First Selectman And Police Phief Assured RTM Members That Officers Would Remain On Traffic Duty, Opponents Of The Lights Saw The Plan As A Method OF Taking The Traffic Officers Away.

Story:

Traffic lights plan fails again


By Neil Vigdor
Greenwich Time Staff Writer

A plan to put traffic lights on Greenwich Avenue died in the Representative Town Meeting for the second year in a row despite the prospect of a federal transportation grant paying for the ...
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Please See:


05/13/08 - RTM NOTES - Traffic Lights Taken Out Of The Buget For The Second Year In A Row


Also:

05/12/08 - RTM NOTES - Betty Sternberg And Her Failed School Administrators Get A $975,000 Bailout

05/13/08 - RTM NOTES - Condemnation Commission Asks The RTM To Reduce It's Budget From $25,000 To $2,500

05/13/08 - RTM NOTES - Joan Caldwell Seeks To Put GHS Auditorium On The Pay As You Go Plan

05/13/08 - RTM NOTES - Dr. Carl Carlson (District 1) Proposes Cutting $100,000 For The Line Item For Failed School Administrators

05/13/08 - RTM NOTES - Greenwich's Youngest Legisllator Is Repeatedly Singled Out By Those Who Claim To Support The Talents Of Our Youth

05/13/08 - RTM NOTES - Lawyers From Robinson Cole Brings RTM Meeting To A Grinding Halt After Mary Ferry Proposes To Reduce Bond Amount

And:

05/13/08 - Next the Town Services Committee Will Be Asking About The Scores Of Free Newspapers Passed By Town Employees Using A Hand Truck
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