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Saturday, October 31, 2009

10/31/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Evening Edition

Note to the CIAC: The 50-Point Rule Sucks - The Road to Boyle ...
By Tim Parry
Well Greenwich last night had to take a knee on four consecutive plays to comply with the CIAC's score management rule. And that happened in the third quarter last night against Westhill. And the Vikings cut the Greenwich lead to 45-7 ...
The Road to Boyle - http://blog.ctnews.com/parry/
Gem Shows: Rock, Gem & Jewelry Shows: November 2009
By A Fly On The Wall
GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT: Annual show; Stamford Mineralogical Society; Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, 90 Harding Rd.; Sat. 9:30-5, Sun. 10-4:30; gems, minerals, jewelry, fossils; contact Howard Heitner, ...
Gem Shows - http://gemshows.blogspot.com/



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10/31/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Afternoon Edition

Greenwich High School football routs Westhill
Greenwich Time
Perennial FCIAC powerhouse Greenwich High School pounded its personal punching bag Westhill yet again, scoring on its first five possessions en route to a ...
Greenwich volleyball team caps regular season with win over Brien McMahon
Greenwich Time
Greenwich High School volleyball coach Steve Lapham entered the season knowing he had a strong team. But with just one starter returning from last season's ...
Greenwich boys soccer beats Trumbull in FCIAC quarters to earn finals rematch ...
Greenwich Time
That was all that the Greenwich boys soccer team All-State striker needed to make his imprint in Friday's FCIAC quarterfinal matchup against No. 5 Trumbull. ...
Friday's Scholastic roundups
Greenwich Time
7 Trinity Catholic (11-7) at 4 pm Ludlowe beat Greenwich in the regular season to earn the No. 2 seed. No. 3 Greenwich (16-2) will host No. ...
Remembering Kate McClelland's Old Hag of Greenwich
Greenwich Citizen
The gorier the better, Kate McClelland would tell her professional storyteller friends who joined her character, the Old Hag of Greenwich, each year for ...

Greenwich Takes a Knee to Avoid 50-Point Rule… in 3rd Quarter ...
By timparry
I just got off the phone with WGCH-AM's Rob Adams, who sounded either like he was going to drive off the Taconic Parkway or found his way to the Taconic Parkway.
FCIAC Football Blog - http://fciacfootballblog.com/

No denying the ham-handed handling of the harbor master ...
By Lincoln Millstein
There was a reason why 150 mariners jammed the meeting room in Greenwich town hall on March 18. I was there to witness one of the most volatile public meetings in town in years.


If the meeting had been held at 7:30 p.m. instead of 5, there would have been 2X the number of people if not 3X. (If you want to guarantee a smaller audience in Greenwich, just make sure the commuters can’t make the meeting)


But the wont of the the so-called Coastal Resource Advisory Committee has been to keep this piece of public business out of public scrutiny. Why else would you stack the committee with members who resemble a Republican fund-raising dinner? Several of the committee members are from Greenwich yacht clubs, arguably the most secretive organizations in town.


Add to this the naming of Jonathan Asch, one of the most argumentative and divisive people around, to be the town’s new head master (whoops, I meant harbor master) and you’ve got the makings of a powder keg, which, predictably exploded in mid-March when boaters began receiving 300 percent increases in mooring fees with virtually no explanation. I urged my friend John Craine to tell Jon Asch not to act like he’s a foreman on a job site – one wag called Asch a hammer looking for a nail. John Craine is the chair of the coastal committee whom I called to get a personal explanation as to why my fees were going from $35 to $100 in one fell swoop. I’m not sure even to this day that I understand it. But I am certain that John failed to communicate it effectively that day in town hall in front of the 150 boaters.


Then Peter Tesei assured us all that nothing will be done this year and that the selectmen would delay enforcement of the new policies recommended by the committee. One week later, the new mooring fees went into effect. Huh?.....

Lincoln's Log - http://blog.ctnews.com/lincolnmillstein/



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