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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

03/23/10 Planning and Zoning Commission Approves Luca's Steakhouse Renovations In A Five To Zero Vote

Luca's Steakhouse located at 35 Church St., which is owned by father and son Luca and Danny Gabriele, won final site plan and special permit approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Luca and Danny Gabriele will now be able to increase building's square footage from 11,110 square feet to 12,276 square feet.


UPDATE:

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER
TWELVE HOURS LATER
THE GREENWICH TIME STARTS TO
REPORT ON THIS STORY:
Luca’s Steakhouse receives zoning approval
March 24, 2010 at 10:55 am by Francis MacEachern

Luca’s Steakhouse, at 35 Church St., received final approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday despite opponents who reside across the street at the Town and Country Condominium at 20 Church St., asking the commission not approve it.

Read more in Thursday’s Greenwich Time.


It Looks Like The Greenwich Time Needs Another 24 Hours To Get This Story Out.
Hopefully They Will Report On The Impassioned Plea That Richard Novack Gave On Behalf Of Luca's. A Commision Members Even Cited His Remarks As He Justified His Vote To The Public
UPDATE #2
Twevle More Hours Later
Frank MacEachern, Staff Writer

Published Online At 09:48 p.m., Wednesday, March 24, 2010
And Appearing In The Thursday Print Edition

....The steakhouse has been closed since last April as it undergoes a major renovation. The renovation plan and changes to a 2008 site plan angered some condominium residents who believed there would be no further changes.

In an e-mail to Greenwich Time Wednesday, Stewart Napoleon, who resides at 20 Church St., said they are considering their options but didn't say what they may do. Jane Hogeman, the lawyer who represented those residents, could not be reached for comment.....


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03/23/10 Hearst Newspaper Vice President Lincoln Millstien Starts To Run Scared As Town Residents Start Calling Up The Greenwich Time And Complaining


"David McCumber You Are Overruled !!!"



Greenwich Time editor Dave McCumber gets overruled by Hearst Vice President And Greenwich Resident Lincoln Millstein


Up until now Editor McCumber had refused to provide fired investigative reporter Teri Buhl with copies of her own stories.


Is Greenwich Time Editor David McCumber Some Kind Of NAZI !!!



Mr. McCumber and had been responsible for all of Ms. Buhl's stories being erased and censored from the Greenwich Time website.


The joke around town was that Mr. McCumber also had ordered the Greenwich Time art department to airbrush Ms. Buhl out of any Greenwich Time staff photograph that pictured him with her together.


The real joke is, "What Greenwich Time art department?"

The truth is that if David McCumber wanted to have Ms. Buhl's images air brushed out of photos, then he would have to call up the Connecticut Post Art Department,

That's right, everything is now done out of Bridgeport, from human resources to newspaper printing.

Hearst Vice President Lincoln Millstien
Is Trying To Put Greenwich Time Editor
David McCumber's Stupid Mistake To Rest.



Greenwich Time Investigative Reporter Teri Buhl just got a copies of her online articles in a PDF, with a warning from the Hearst Newspaper online team, which is headed By Lincoln Millstien,


She was strongly warned that Hearst still owns the content and it she can’t republished the articles. Ms. Buhl is only allowed to use the PDF's to get a new job.


Greenwich residents are starting to see how pathetic and gutless Greenwich Time Editor David McCumber really is.


McCumbers lack of Journalistic ethics is only speeding
up the Greenwich Time’s inevitable demise.


Town insiders say the the Greenwich Time will most likely become a weekly supplement to the Hearst owned Connecticut Post.


Everyone now knows what happens if a Greenwich Time reporter tells the truth.


They can expect to be dismissed, mocked and fired like Teri Buhl.


Greenwich Time Editor David McCumber has refused to comment about his firing of Teri Buhl, but he can be reached at david.mccumber@scni.com.


Perhaps some of Ms. Buhl's fans should start sending letters to the Greenwich Post editor.


Greenwich Roundup thinks Teri Buhl should start an online Greenwich blog, like Chris Fountain did when the Greenwich Post fired him.


Maybe Ms. Bulh can report on the the secretive Hearst Corporation and she could also tell town residents about how the Greenwich Time is desperate and money hungry.



Even better Ms. Buhl could warn town residents not to give massive amounts of their personal information to the Hearst Corporation so that they can comment on Greenwich Time news articles.



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03/23/10 Parks Department Press releases

I know you don't hear this from me often, but our golf and Tennis, and T
Ball programs are totally full with wait list.

You can stop running those releases. I do appreciate all of your help in
making the Town of Greenwich programs a huge success.

I still need help with the Skatepark clinics and camps if you have the
space.

Thanks

Greenwich Parks And Recreation Department

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03/23/10 Greenwich Roundup reader Comments On Fired Greenwich Time Reporter Teri Buhl

Philip has left a new comment on your post "03/23/19 Greenwich Roundup Reader Shows No Love For Teri Buhl...":

Who ever is making that comment is likely one of the financial firms that was ousted for bad behavior in one of Buhl's stories.


I've enjoyed your coverage on the issue Greenwich Roundup. We hope you get a chance to confront McCumber face to face and get a real answer on why he took down her blog. It was one of the only things worth reading on the Greenwich Time website.

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03/23/10 Greenwich Roundup Reader Comments About Fox News Reporter Charlie Gasparino Who Got Greenwich Time Reporter Teri Buhl Fired

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "03/21/10 Hearst Newspaper Cover Up: Thin skinned Fox News Reporter Charlie Gasparino...":

Gasparino is a circus clown. The man is high on drugs and/or alcohol and acts like a 4 year old fitted in an oversized man's body.

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03/23/10 The Greenwich First Selectman Report

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03/23/10 Tom Foley for Governor Announces Latest Round of Endorsements

Tom Foley for Governor

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 23, 2010
Press Contact: Justin Clark
(203) 998-0773

Tom Foley for Governor Announces Latest Round of Endorsements

Stamford, Conn., - Tom Foley, candidate for Governor, released his latest round of endorsements adding to a list of prominent Republican activists supporting his campaign.

"Tom has himself proven to be the only candidate in the race that is focused on structurally changing the way business is done in Hartford. After spending seven years in the Capitol, it is clear to me that Tom's business background, coupled with his government experience, is best-suited to take on the necessary challenges of reducing the size and cost of state government," said State Senator Kevin Witkos.

"To talk about jobs is not enough, we need someone who has a plan to restore jobs, promote policies to make Connecticut a place to do business, and reinvigorate our economy, which is being dragged down by a bloated bureaucracy. We need a true leader, someone who will adhere to the constitutional spending cap and make the tough decisions needed to do that. Tom is the candidate that will lead Connecticut out of this recession and get our state working again."

Since June of last year, Tom has been traveling across Connecticut listening to voter's concerns and building support for his Plan Forward for Connecticut. With this latest endorsement it is clear his message is resonating throughout the state.

"Tom Foley's overall Plan to revitalize Connecticut's economy and to reduce the size and cost of our state's government are not just visions but actions that represent the changes we need to get Connecticut's economy back on track. His plan will help to alleviate some of the tax burdens presently being experienced by the citizens of our state," said Mayor Jim Streeter of Groton. "Tom not only has the knowledge and background to turn our state's economy around, but more importantly, he has the will and desire to do so."

This latest round of endorsements includes:
  • Kevin Witkos, State Senator
  • Jim Streeter, Mayor, Town of Groton
  • Tim Herbst, First Selectman, Trumbull
  • Enzo Faienza, Cromwell RTC Chair
  • Ed Dadakis, State Central Committee
  • Ray Sulich, State Central Committee
  • Peter Crumbine, Former Greenwich Selectman
  • Suzanne Monaco, Town Clerk, Trumbull
  • John Ponzio, Town Treasurer, Trumbull
  • John Raben, Former Greenwich RTC Chairman
  • Barry Connell, Former Danbury RTC Chair & Former State Central Committee Member
  • Alfred Turco, Fmr. West Hartford Council Member & Commissioner, Criminal Justice Commission
A full list of Tom's endorsements is posted at TomFoley2010.com

Tom Foley for Governor


PO Box 110384
Stamford, CT 06902
(203) 335-2010

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03/23/10 SPORTS REPORT: Frank Gabriele at the Greenwich Parks Department reports on last nights results

Congrats to I.B. 1 and Richman for making it to the finals of the Corporate
Championship Tournament.

Tonight will be the finals of the Resident Championship Tournament -
Wesconn vs Senddances.com

and the Consolation Tournament finals Eagles vs Sabia Electric.

Good luck to all.

Thanks

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03/23/10 Luca's Steakhouse is calling for the Planning and Zoning Commission to vote in favor of the restaurant's renovation plans.

There is a public hearing about Luca's Steakhouse tonight.

Luca's Steakhouse, Inc., at 35 Church St., which is owned by father and son Luca and Danny Gabriele, has an application to approve renovations that has angered some of its neighbors will be up for a vote at the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting tonight.

Other neighbors have backed Luca's final site plan and special permit to make changes to the previously approved site plan and special permit approved by the commission in 2008.

The proposal would see the building's square footage increase from 11,110 square feet to 12,276 square feet.

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03/23/19 Greenwich Roundup Reader Shows No Love For Fired Hearst Newspaper Investigative Reporter Teri Buhl Or The Greenwich Time

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03/21/10 Hearst Newspaper Cover Up: Thin Skinned Fox News Reporter Charlie "The Gas Bag" Gasparino Gets Greenwich Time Investigative Reporter Teri Buhl Fired?

Teri was the biggest piece of trash that that rag had.


Good riddance to that Shemale

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