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Saturday, January 23, 2010

01/23/10 You Wont Read This At The Greenwich Time: Now There Is Mold At Western Middle School

The Greenwich Time is not interested in the Western Middle School Mold Letter that was sent home with the school kids on Friday.

Greenwich Roundup finds it amazing that the Greenwich Board Of Education and the School superintendent is STILL using Charles Schwartz, who the Hamilton Avenue School parents proved was no longer licensed, nor is his company Environmental Assessments & Solutions, Inc. registered with any reputable Environmental Agency or Group.

Same old Same old on the part of the Greenwich Board of Education.

Why aren't they using Bob Brown and his company?

At least he is licensed and certified.

Why aren't the single family home owners surprised?

The taxpayers really shouldn't be surprised that the Greenwich Board Of Education is going to once again give a sweetheart deal to their buddy Charles Schwartz.

The taxpayers of Greenwich had better get ready to pay millions for school administration and BOE screw ups, due to favoritism.

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01/23/10 Greenwich Newsmaker Linda Mcmahon

News Reports About Greenwich Resident Linda McMahon

WWE minus sass, sauce
Toronto Sun
Don't tell me it's because Linda McMahon, who is running for US Senate, sleeps with the boss. I liked the PG-13 stuff when I was 12, not so much now. ...
Los Angeles Times
GOP candidates latch on to Scott Brown
Los Angeles Times
In Connecticut, Republican Senate candidates Linda McMahon and Rob Simmons have been comparing themselves to Brown: McMahon labeled herself an outsider, ...
Conn. Sen. Lieberman open to backing former rival
Hartford Courant
Lieberman also told the station he won't rule out supporting Republican and WWE chief executive Linda McMahon for the US Senate seat now held by retiring ...

Greenwich Resident Linda McMahon In The Blogoshere

Chris & Nancy: Jerry McDevitt, Lawyer for Linda McMahon's WWE ...
By Irv Muchnick
Jerry McDevitt, Lawyer for Linda McMahon's WWE, Gets Mad at Me Again (Part 3). JERRY McDEVITT SPINS WWE'S SPIN OF THE ESPN BRAIN INSTITUTE STORY After apparently stewing over it for a month, Jerry McDevitt, World Wrestling ...
Chris & Nancy - http://benoitbook.blogspot.com/
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Exclusive interviews with Shane, Stephanie and Linda McMahon, Triple H, Hulk Hogan, Kurt Angle, Eric Bischoff, Paul Heyman, and more. Mr. McMahon himself reveals when the seed was planted to screw Bret Hart in Montreal, what it was like ...
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Lieberman might endorse Lamont
By Joe Loy
Always a great man for the Bipartisanship*, Senator Joe further allowed as how he's Open to maybe supporting Wrestling Queen Linda McMahon (R) for U.S. Senator. / If Lieberman really goes to the Mat for her, will this enable Linda to ...
The Living Room Times - http://www.brendanloy.com/lrt/
Voice of a Wrestler Steroid Analysis
By keith
In response, Wrestler Billy Graham is receiving stiff opposition and relentless verbal attacks from Linda McMahon who is the wife of Vince McMahon – one of the most influential people in wrestling and accused (on many occasions) of ...
Steroid Analysis - http://steroidanalysis.com/
GOP candidates latch on to Scott Brown
In Connecticut, Republican Senate candidates Linda McMahon and Rob Simmons have been comparing themselves to Brown: McMahon labeled herself an outsider, and Simmons called himself a deficit hawk who is strong on national defense. ...
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Leaked Photos Here! 2010 SI Swimsuit Edition Courtside Post
By Courtside Writer
... In terms of email spam, there's no1 who rivals "Linda McMahon for Senate." Case study 101 in how to make journalists mad ...
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01/23/10 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Afternoon Edition

The Latest Greenwich News Reports

Girls hockey: Greenwich tops RHS, 6-4
Ridgefield Press
Greenwich scored five unanswered goals to storm back from a 2-0 deficit and defeat the Ridgefield High girls hockey team, 6-4, on Friday at the Winter ...
New York Times
For Richer or for ... Not Quite as Rich
New York Times
"Balloon Dog," by Jeff Koons, part of Peter Brant's collection at the museum his foundation runs in Greenwich, Conn. He has a 200-acre estate there, too. ...
Stamford-Greenwich Business Briefs: Canada approves Zargis Cardioscan
Danbury News Times
Zargis is a Stamford-based, majority-owned subsidiary of Speedus Corp. Its Cardioscan software connects to a Bluetooth-enabled electronic stethoscope and is ...
Friday High School Box Scorer
Stamford Advocate
Alex Jensen, Greenwich, 1:07.01; 400 Yard Freestyle Relay: 1. Greenwich (J Whelan, William Klingner, Jamie Padula, Kevin Lane) 3:43.01. Records: G 7-0.
Bears fall short in battle with taller Cardinals
The Hour
By ALEX WISER Evan Kelley and his game-high 29 points was big, but the behemoth front line that Greenwich brought to town was bigger, as the tandem of 6'8" ...
Women named Jewish 'movers and shakers' of 2009
Greenwich Post
This year two Greenwich women have that honor as they were named to the Connecticut Jewish Ledger Jewish Movers and Shakers list for 2009. ...
Town negotiating control of open space along King Street
Greenwich Time
By Neil Vigdor, Staff Writer A 2.7-acre plot of land that is part of a new subdivision straddling Greenwich's border with Rye Brook, NY, would be set aside ...
Police with drug-sniffing dogs to patrol GHS
Greenwich Time
By Colin Gustafson, Staff Writer Police with drug-sniffing dogs will conduct random searches of cars and lockers at Greenwich High School for the rest of ...
'Portals of Palm Beach' book on island's gates to benefit Royal Poinciana ...
Palm Beach Daily News
Duncan and her friends got the idea for the book after they began work on a similar volume two years ago that focuses on Greenwich, Conn., where Duncan has ...
Landlords hope reviving economy will bring new, healthy tenants
Water World
There are two in Greenwich and one in Stamford," said Tim Rorick, senior managing director at First Service William's office in Stamford, declining to ...
Friday High School
Stamford Advocate
NORWALK 47, GREENWICH 32: Zayna Fulton scored 11 points as Norwalk downed Greenwich. For Greenwich, Erin Laney scored 16 points. ...
New York Times
A Little Deception, and a Whole Lot of Points
New York Times
... Alison Wilson and Andrew Rosenthal of New York and Michael Rosenberg of New Rochelle, NY; and the Friday Open Pairs with Jay Borker of Greenwich, Conn. ...
U.S. 1 and U.S. 5 Have Most Deaths in the State
New York Times
In Connecticut, the road runs between Greenwich, at the New York State border, and Stonington, at the Rhode Island border, a 117-mile stretch, ...
US Small Caps Hit 2010 Lows; Energy Hurt By Oil Prices
Wall Street Journal
Interactive Brokers Group shares fell 54 cents, or 3.3%, to 15.96, after the Greenwich, Conn., online brokerage's fourth-quarter results missed expectations ...
Credit Swaps Rise Most Since June Amid Regulatory Uncertainty
... a broker-dealer in Greenwich, Connecticut. Obama's proposal would restrict banks from running proprietary trading operations or investing in hedge and ...
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Jefferies Hires Head of Fixed Income Strategy
Another Financial Portal
Previously, he directed mortgage and derivative strategy at Greenwich Capital Markets and also worked in international fixed income strategy at Swiss Bank ...

Greenwich In The Blogoshere:

Mianus River Ice Fisher on Thin Ice – Our Greenwich
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Mianus River Ice Fisher on Thin Ice · READ IT FIRST HERE: Top Earners in Our Greenwich's Government · Stamford Accountant Admits Involvement in Conspiracy to Defraud Mortgage Lenders · GPD to "tail" school buses · Fog on the Mianus ...
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No Hope for golf on this day (Greenwich Time) New Discount Golf
News Sources wrote an interesting post today onHere's a quick excerptLA QUINTA, Calif. — They could have held a swim meet Thursday at the Palmer Private.
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More passion, not more science education (Greenwich Time)
By admin
Anywhere you look, there is talk about how America is falling behind in science and technology. And a lot of pundits say it's all the fault of education. We need more education. We need better education. We need better schools.
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01/23/10 Big Fat Paychecks: 120 Town Employees Get Over $17 Million Of Your Hard Earned Tax Dollars

What Recession?

Greenwich Is Very Very Good To It's Police Officers

Over $3.5 million of the $17 million of Greenwich's single family home owner's tax dollars were paid to just 26 Greenwich Police officers.

The top two earners:

#1 Lt. Mark Kordick

#2 Ex Captian Michael Pacewicz

Pacewicz who retired early in 2009 and given a monstrous one-time payout just to go away.
And this doesn't include the additional One Million that Greenwich Homeowners shelled out in the Pacewicz related lawsuits.
Who says crime doesn't pay.
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Ridberg to remain chief for 2 years
On the heels of a state Supreme Court decision that put to rest a lawsuit that halted police department promotions for years, the police chief announced Monday that he has signed on to lead the department for another two years.
The news comes just weeks before the department's No. 2 command official is set to officially retire under the conditions of a separation agreement worked out with the town last year, a copy of which was obtained by Greenwich Time....
....However, the agreements have also caused rumblings within the rank and file over the fairness of the closed-door deals....
....The agreement stipulates that Ridberg be paid an annual $36,000 stipend, issued monthly, on top of his $145,000 base salary through November 2011. The stipend puts Ridberg at the top end of the salary range for his position, which is capped at $186,000, according to town officials.....
.....The town also entered into an agreement with Capt. Michael Pacewicz, the department's second-in-command, in December 2008 stipulating that the department veteran would step down at the end of 2008, but remain on active payroll until Nov. 1, 2009, using accrued vacation and sick time in addition to 25 weeks of severance pay. Pacewicz was promoted to captain over Honulik in 2003, a move that led to the lawsuit.....
.....The newly obtained separation agreement also stipulates that Pacewicz will receive a lump sum of $17,800 in additional compensation for his years of service. Human resources officials said Pacewicz's final salary was $117,870. He also received a 10 percent bump in his pension, enabling him to reach the maximum pension percentage a police officer can receive. In exchange for the compensation, the agreement states Pacewicz cannot file a claim against the town regarding his employment or contract and must participate in the town's defense in all current and future lawsuits.....
...."I did not seek to leave the Greenwich Police Department," said Pacewicz. "They were the ones who started this process. I would speculate that they thought it was time to move forward."..... more »
Court rejects age claim in cop promotion case
First Selectman Peter Tesei welcomed the decision and hoped it would put to rest a case that began when former police chief James Walters decided to bypass Honulik for a captain's position in favor of now retired Capt. Michael Pacewicz.
"I think this ordeal which began under the (Democratic First Selectman Richard) Bergstesser's administration has taken a toll on the police department," he said. "It has prevented them from having a chance to advance up the career ladder."... more »
Federal jury's task: Did Greenwich allow racism?
After hearing from 43 witnesses over the span of two weeks, a nine-person jury is now charged with deciding whether the town of Greenwich is responsible for permitting a custom of racial discrimination within its police department, as has been alleged by eight minority officers.
There are volumes of exhibits to examine, hours of testimony to rehash and passionate arguments to consider. Lawyers for the eight officers claim the jury should find fault in the town which they said allowed discriminatory customs to bar the senior officers from reaching their full potential...
.....Officers, however, testified that speaking up against superiors was not an easy thing to do.
"Every time someone of Hispanic descent or who is black speaks up, they are perceived as a troublemaker," plaintiff John Rodriguez said during his testimony.
The plaintiffs' testimony over the past two weeks often became emotional, and esome of the officers' wives were called to tell the jury how they watched their husbands' emotional situation deteriorate in the hostile environment they said created under former Chief James Walters between 2002 and 2006.

Detective Robert Brown became upset as he described how hard he worked to obtain a promotion while his father was still alive. He was denied until being promoted to detective in 2007, shortly after his father died.

"I really wanted him to be there," said Brown. "I was working hard and not getting anything. If you are a black cop, you are not going anywhere.".....
....The current police chief, David Ridberg, came to his predecessor's defense, saying Walters was the "least racial person" he knew.

Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the trial was jurors' questions, a rare protocol that U.S. District Court Judge Mark Kravtiz allows in his civil trials.
One asked retired Captain Michael Pacewicz why acts of discrimination were tolerated if the police manual says it is a violation. Pacewicz did not directly answer the question, but acknowledged that racially insensitive comments may have been said over the years....more »
Police contract challenged at discrimination trial
The wording of a police union contract came under scrutiny Thursday during the fourth day of a trial stemming from a federal racial discrimination. During testimony at the U.S. District Court, former Capt. Michael Pacewicz said that officers can file a grievance on anything independently with their own lawyer, regardless of whether the union is behind them or not.

"In our contract an individual can put forth a complaint on anything," said Pacewicz, who once served as union president.

"And the union cannot tell them no?" said attorney Robert Mitchell, who is representing the town.

"Correct," replied Pacewicz.

Pacewicz was called as a witness for the town out of order due to a scheduling conflict. The police captain stepped down from his post last year.

Pacewicz said he never discriminated against minority officers on account of race, and said the department has never tolerated racial bias.

Pacewicz, who is white, said he wrote certain officers up repeatedly, such as plaintiff Vincent O'Banner, who is black, because those officers failed to follow simple instructions....
.....Attorney Lewis Chimes, one of the lawyers representing the plaintiffs, had Pacewicz read portions of the union contract and a poster on the affirmative action policy in Greenwich to highlight the hurdles officers may have faced in filing claims of racial discrimination.
"Do the words discrimination appear anywhere in there?" said Chimes, pointing to the union contract.

"I don't believe they do," replied Pacewicz.

Chimes then read the town's sexual harassment policy, which explicitly defines the violation and lists a number of people to contact about a potential complaint.

"There is no similar policy maintained by the town of Greenwich between 2002 and 2005 on the basis of race," said Chimes, noting that officers are told to report to their supervisor to report a violation under the contract.

"It says to report to the supervisor," said Chimes. "In a race case, isn't that a bit of a problem?"
"It would be difficult," said Pacewicz
. Chimes said racial discrimination complaints should remain confidential and there should be a clause protecting against retaliation from filing a grievance against a supervising officer.....
....Perhaps the most direct question came from one of the jurors, however, who asked why acts of discrimination were tolerated if the police manual says it is a violation. U.S. District Court Judge Mark Kravitz posed the question to Pacewicz.

Pacewicz did not directly answer the question, but acknowledged that racially insensitive comments may have been said over the years....
.... John Rodriguez, a Latino plaintiff, also testified Thursday about the racial slurs made about Hispanics within the department.

"There was an officer that said how are Hispanics like cue balls," Rodriguez told the jury. "The harder you hit them the more English you get out of them." Rodriguez said hearing jokes like that took its toll on him.

"It was disheartening," said Rodriguez. "There were situations where it hit deep down in your soul." .....
.....The officers in the federal lawsuit include Vincent O'Banner, Terral Hardy, Scott Johnson, Carlos Franco, John Woodward and Anthony Cameron, as well as Detective Brown and Sgt. John Rodriguez.....more »
Lawyers challenge Greenwich cop's discrimination claim
Eight minority Greenwich police officers who filed a federal racial discrimination lawsuit against the town continued to tell their story during trial Wednesday in U.S. District Court....
....On day three of the trial, attorney Robert Richardson began laying the foundation for the claim that Sgt. John Rodriguez and Officers Terral Hardy, Scott Johnson, Carlos Franco and Anthony Cameron were unfairly overlooked for special assignments as a result of race.

Hardy, a black officer who has been with the department for 20 years, testified that he had been passed over for specialized assignments by younger, white officers numerous times and experienced racism within the halls of the department.

"I liked being a police officer, but I did not like being a police officer there," said Hardy, after his lawyers asked him about how the discrimination affected him emotionally. "It drags at your soul and drags you down."

In one alleged instance, Hardy said he was pulled over by a fellow officer while driving through Greenwich in plain clothes because he was black. When the officer noticed it was Hardy in the car, Hardy testified that the officer said, "Oh, it's just you," and walked away.....
....Members of the jury also posed a question to Wachowski through writing, which U.S. District Judge Mark Kravitz read, asking how officers are informed about openings to specialized units, which also includes SWAT and traffic assignments.

"They had been through word of mouth," said Wachowski. "It wasn't like a job posting. We didn't have that kind of setup."

The lawsuit contends that Walters had the final say in appointments and passed over senior minority officers for junior white officers 34 times during his term.....
.....The town also will call former police Captain Michael Pacewicz..... more »
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01/23/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Overnight Edition

The Latest Greenwich News Reports:

Greenwich hopes it can build off Norwalk victory
Greenwich Time
By Jesse Quinlan, Staff Writer NORWALK -- There were equal parts elation and relief in the Greenwich High School boys basketball locker room late Friday ...
Fulton lifts Norwalk past Greenwich
The Hour
Zayna Fulton scored 11 points and pulled down five rebounds to lead the Norwalk High girls basketball team to a 47-32 victory over Greenwich Friday night in ...
Greenwich tops Ridgefield in girls hockey
Stamford Advocate
By John Saward, CONTRIBUTING WRITER RIDGEIFLED -- Though ultimately unsuccessful in its attempt to avenge a one-sided loss to Greenwich from earlier in the ...
Pool maker's plan to reorganize OK'd
Albany Times Union
Once Latham emerges from bankruptcy, it will be controlled by former lenders, including the investment bank Littlejohn & Co. of Greenwich, Conn.
Valero in Talks to Sell Delaware Refinery
ABC News
The company is engaged in talks with Greenwich, Conn.-based PBF Investments LLC regarding Valero's shipping terminal at the Delaware City refinery and ...
Greenwich High gymnastics splits tri-meet, Freda reaches 1000-point plateau
Greenwich Time
By Christopher Falvo, CORRESPONDENT As the season progresses and the difficulty of its routines increase, the Greenwich High gymnastics team keeps moving ...
Connecticut: Cards dealing aces in FCIAC girls ice hockey
GREENWICH, Conn. — The Darien Blue Wave won the FCIAC and Connecticut State girls ice hockey championships last winter and they've returned everyone on the ...
Cabaret artists will preview New York performance
Wilton Bulletin
Cabaret and concert stars Eric Comstock and Barbara Fasano will appear at the First Congregational Church of Greenwich, 108 Sound Beach Avenue in Old ...
Selectmen give nursing home renewal project green light
Greenwich Time
Helen Neafsey/staff photo Photo: File Photo / Greenwich Time File Photo The Board of Selectmen planted the first seed Thursday for a $36.8 million renewal ...
Business calendar
Danbury News Times
BNI Thrive, a Greenwich chapter of Business Network International, will hold a networking meeting at 7:15 am in the Tomes-Higgins House at Christ Church, ...
The Minds Behind the Meltdown
Wall Street Journal
Applied Quantitative Research, the Greenwich, Conn.-based quant fund giant run by former Goldman Sachs Group whiz Cliff Asness, booked rooms at the nearby ...
PRLog.Org (press release)
Stamford Attracts New Businesses
PRLog.Org (press release)
RBS, who already had an office in nearby Greenwich, has just about completely transferred their New York City office to Stamford. ...
Ready to Spend, but Not to Boast
New York Times
... beside the fortunate few receiving Wall Street windfalls, who celebrate bonuses: purveyors of goods and services to the wealthy, from Greenwich, Conn., ...
Democrats have lost the mantle of 'change'
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The leading candidate on the Democratic side is Greenwich businessman Ned Lamont, the party's unsuccessful nominee for senator in 2006, whose candidacy for ...
Law Judge: Amaranth's Hunter Violated Market Rules
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Based in Greenwich, Conn., Amaranth collapsed in September 2006 after losing roughly $6 billion in a single week due largely to bad bets in the natural gas ...
Goldman Said to Shut Global Equity Opportunities Fund
... and AQR Capital Management LLC of Greenwich, Connecticut, also lost money in August 2007, when their computer-trading models were jarred by a surge in ...
Girl Scouts add activities normally associated with boys to their repertoire
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