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Monday, April 5, 2010

04/05/10 Police Blotter

Three teenagers were arrested Sunday after police responded to Ritch Avenue on report of a fight, police said. When police arrived, a victim was located and found to have several bruises to his face and a laceration to his torso.

The victim told police he was assaulted by three teenagers. Several hours later, the three suspects were located. Police said the teenagers had called the victim's cell phone several hours before the fight to set up the incident.

George Ramirez 19, of 231 Hamilton Ave., Danny Mogollon, 18, of 17 Stone Ave., and a 17-year-old male from Greenwich were all arrested, and charged with third-degree assault, disorderly conduct and third-degree conspiracy at assault.

The three teens were released on a $500 cash bond.

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04/05/10 Greenwich Youth Leads Cops On A Chase That Ends At The Wilbur Peck Court Housing Complex

A 16-year-old boy was taken into custody this afternoon following a 15 minutes pursuit through central Greenwich.

Around 1 p.m., the Greenwich Police Department received a call from the principal of school in town alerting officers that the teen had left the school.

The Greenwich Police Department refuses to identify the school.

The pursuit ended at the Wilbur Peck Court Housing Complex according to the Greenwich Police Department.

The 16 year old was detained and taken into custody.

Several hours later, police were still investigating and it was not clear whether the boy would be charged with any offenses.

The Greenwich police did locate a knife after finding the teenager and thinks that it may be related to him.

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04/05/10 Greenwich Residents Joe Howley And Peter Ryan Treated Unjustly By Angel Flight

Clash could imperil missions of mercy

Angel Flight of New England aviators, founder in power struggle

For the pilots who donate their time to Angel Flight of New England Inc., the mission — flying sick patients to medical appointments for free — has always been more important than how the organization was run.

That changed abruptly last year, when a power struggle erupted between the nonprofit’s founder and the board. Now, pilots worry the in-house upheaval could put Angel Flight at risk, with major donors threatening to withhold money, and each side complaining to the Massachusetts attorney general of improprieties by the other.

The battle started last summer, when Angel Flight board members objected to founder and executive director Lawrence Camerlin paying his daughter $80,000 a year for an outreach position....

....Camerlin said that he fired the directors because they had alluded to possible lawsuits without being specific. “We felt they were in violation of their fiduciary responsibilities. They wouldn’t give us information about claims likely to be filed against us,’’ he said.

Under Angel Flight’s bylaws, “members’’ of the organization have the authority to replace the board of directors. And the only two members of Angel Flight are Camerlin and his wife, Ruth.

Thomas A. McLaughlin, vice president at the Nonprofit Finance Fund, which consults to charities, said a founder should not have the power to fire a board.

“This is a highly unusual governance structure in a nonprofit public charity,’’ McLaughlin said....

...One of the organization’s biggest fund-raisers is Joe Howley, a former director at the center of the fight with Camerlin. A commodities trader from Greenwich, Conn., Howley first raised the issue of Camerlin’s daughter, Amy, at a board meeting in July. He was fired five months later.

Amy Camerlin, 34, started working for Angel Flight about 1999, her father said in an interview. She earned $78,840 in 2007, according to the latest tax filing....

....on Dec. 3, Angel Flight’s lawyer fired Howley in a letter. The reason: He alleged Howley had had an outburst in the hotel, late on the night of the fund-raiser, that “reflected poorly on the company.’’

E-mails between donors and pilots say Camerlin was alleging that Howley lashed out at the hotel staff for not delivering beer to a hospitality suite for an after-party with donors.

Directors and Angel Flight officials who were present that night said Camerlin did not witness the exchange between Howley and hotel staff, and exaggerated what took place.

“I don’t understand what I did to deserve the way that Larry treated me,’’ Howley said in an interview. He said he had tried to raise the issue of Amy Camerlin’s employment without hurting anyone’s reputation. “What he did in return for that was to take the most vicious track to embarrass and insult me and get rid of me.’’

Asked why he had not consulted with other directors before firing Howley, Camerlin said, “We never acted unilaterally in 14 years. This was the first time.’’

From there, events unfolded quickly. The remaining eight board members wrote to Camerlin, protesting Howley’s firing. Camerlin never replied, the board members said....

.....After the new year, the board proposed an emergency telephone conference for Jan. 11 to discuss Howley’s dismissal and the shuttering of the Woburn office without consulting the board.

But on Jan. 8, they all received letters from an Angel Flight lawyer, informing them they had been removed in a vote by the members — Larry and Ruth Camerlin.....

.....In February, a group of the fired directors and their lawyer went to Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office and detailed the firings, and alleged misuse of charitable funds, including for Amy Camerlin’s salary and the Camerlin family’s using an Angel Flight credit card for personal expenses, according to three people who were at the meeting.....

.....Former pilots and directors said they never wanted a fight with Camerlin; they just wanted to fly patients.

“I have no animus against Larry,’’ said Peter Ryan, a pilot and former Angel Flight director from Greenwich, Conn. “I’m just distressed at the sadness of all of this. In the end, the patients will suffer.’’

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04/05/10 Greenwich Time Gets A Little Help With Traffic

Westwood One's MetroNetworks “Real Traffic 2.0” real-time traffic information has launched on four of Hearst's Connecticut newspapers: The Stamford Advocate, Connecticut Post, New Times and Greenwich Times.

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RealTraffic 2.0 is the leading online traffic and transportation information system for local media affiliates and public transportation agencies. RealTraffic™ 2.0 provides a simple and intuitive interface to present commuters with real-time traffic information and trip planning services.

RealTraffic™ 2.0 has been deployed on more than 200 radio, TV, newspaper and transportation agency client sites.

Thier updated system provides the most advanced mapping and dynamic routing application available in the market and includes incident, construction and speed and flow maps, travel times, driving directions integrated with live traffic reports and alternate routes, more than 3,000 integrated live traffic cameras, and MyCommute™ personalized traffic web pages and email and mobile SMS alerts.
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04/05/10 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Afternoon Edition

Greenwich In The News

Greenwich Post
Bernard Yudain, Greenwich fixture and newspaperman, dies at 91
Greenwich Post
Bernard Yudain, former Corporate Affairs Director of Time Inc., died April 3, in Greenwich after a short illness. He was 91 years old and a proud 73 year ...
Families continue stylish, but meaningful, Easter traditions
Greenwich Time
The easter bunny was spotted on Greenwich Avenue Sunday morning. Photo: David Ames/For Greenwich Time, David Ames / Greenwich Time Buy This Photo ...
Natural Gas Gains on Speculation Demand to Rise With Recovery
"We've had some good economic data," said Tom Orr, director research at Weeden & Co., a brokerage in Greenwich, Connecticut. "Crude oil is breaking out; ...
W. R. Berkley Corporation to Announce First Quarter Earnings on April 26, 2010
MarketWatch (press release)
GREENWICH, Conn., Apr 05, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- WR Berkley Corporation (NYSE:WRB) will release its first quarter 2010 earnings after the market closes on ...
It's a week for film festivals in Westchester
The Journal News LoHud.com
On April 14, the festival presents the world premiere of "The Emperor of Atlantis," the filmed version of an opera presented last year in Greenwich, Conn. ...
FOREX-Dollar slips vs yen after more than 7-month high
... and today's the day people have decided to take some profits," said Andrew Wilkinson, senior analyst at Interactive Brokers in Greenwich, Connecticut. ...
Starwood Property Trust Closes $280 Million Term Loan Facility
PR Newswire (press release)
GREENWICH, Conn., April 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Starwood Property Trust (NYSE: STWD) today announced that it has completed a $280 million term loan ...
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Seeking Alpha (blog)
Gregory Skidmore is founder and president of Belray Asset Management in Greenwich, Conn., which aims to use institutional investment methods (whether ...
Breeden Capital Management Names Joshua Fenton Senior Managing Director and ...
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GREENWICH, Conn. - (Business Wire) Breeden Capital Management LLC today announced Joshua W. Fenton has joined the firm as Senior Managing Director and ...
World stocks, oil rise on outlook after US data
... fact that we've been moving higher for five consecutive weeks," said Steve Goldman, equity market strategist at Weeden & Co in Greenwich, Connecticut. ...
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Riders crash, splash and laugh at Okemo pond competitions
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... 46, of Greenwich, Conn. "Making it all the way across doesn't necessarily make you a winner, though," Okemo events manager Liam Fracht-Monroe said. ...
Volunteers Of The Year Announced By Pro Bono Partnership
The Metropolitan Coporate Counsel
... Pro Bono Partnership for seven years, and one of her premiere projects has been to support Neighbor to Neighbor, a community food bank in Greenwich, CT. ...
Storm follow-up: State invites local comment
Additional sessions are scheduled for April 12 in Westport, April 14 in Fairfield and April 15 in Greenwich. Jim Cole, the town's deputy emergency ...
Baseball buff creates 'museum' in home
Fisher, originally from Greenwich, Conn., said he and several high school friends paid two visits to Robinson's home in North Stamford, Conn., ...
Westport considers plug-and-ride terminals for electric car owners
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The Southwest Metropolitan Planning Organization, comprised of the eight elected officials from towns from Greenwich to Weston, voted late last month to ...

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Barry Sternlicht and his firm Starwood Capital reaped huge gains buying commercial real estate in the Savings and Loan crisis and now he is making similar profits in a hedge fund hub: Greenwich, Connecticut. ...
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04/05/10 The Greenwich First Selectman Report

Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei In The News

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He has taken an impressive 150 images of the damage it did to our lives, on assignment by the First Selectman Peter Tesei to document the storm for Town Hall. More From Topix: Oral history: The storm of 1938 (Greenwich Citizen) ...
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Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei In The Blogosphere

04/03/10 This Is A Test Of First Selectman Peter Tesei,s Emergency ...
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He monitors the approaching storm and informs First Selectman Peter Tesei that it will be severe. "It was pretty clear by noontime Saturday that things were ...

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04/05/10 Hey, Greenwich Time, Get Ready For Bloomberg!

Will Greenwich Time Business Editor Jim Zebora Be Absorbed Into Bloomberg's Gleaming Mothership, Where Billions Are Made

Another struggling Hearst newspaper called the San Francisco Chronicle is combining powers with Boomberg News' San Francisco bureau to launch a beefed up daily business section.

Starting eight days ago, the "Business Report" in print editions, and on both of the Chronicle's websites, will offer news and reporting from both Chronicle and Bloomberg reporters.

The Hearst-owned Chronicle can use all the help they can get from the blow they took in 2009: The daily paper took a the largest drop in circulation out of any other U.S. paper during the six-month period ending in September 2009. They lost 25.8% of their subscribers, to 251,782 of them, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

Will The Greenwich Time Be Kissing
Rupert Murdock's Wall Street Journal Goodbye?

Currently, the money losing Greenwich Time covers the hedge fund industry with a Wall Street Journal insert in its Sunday edition.

Will Bloomberg come to Greenwich and hone in on Greenwich Hedge Funds and regional real estate, jobs, personal finance?

Currently Bloomberg helps the Greenwich Time with a weekly local stock performance recap.

Could adding Bloomberg reports to the Greenwich Time's daily business section be an essential read for business, financial and technology coverage of Greenwich and Fairfield County?


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04/05/10 What Ever Happened To Greenwich Citizen Editor Don Harrison

Owen Canfield: Book Sheds Light On Baseball In Connecticut

Hartford Courant

Connecticut Baseball — The Best of the Nutmeg State" is in its second printing. The History Press is the publisher. Don Harrison of Fairfield is the author.

It has been a number of years since Harrison and I have spoken and when he called, concerning another matter, it was a pleasant surprise. We cut up old touches for a while and then he mentioned the book.

Former baseball commissioner Fay Vincent wrote the forward, which immediately gives the work a high degree of credibility and panache. It presents interviews with 25 Connecticut players who had careers in the majors including such well-known personalities as Steve Blass, Bobby Valentine, Walt Dropo, Spec Shea, Charles Nagy, Jimmy Piersall, Johnny Ellis, Rico Brogna and Billy Gardner. Most of the interviews previously appeared in other publications, but Harrison did many of them and the bulk of the writing.

There's a chapter on umpires, notably Terry Tata, and a list, with various stats, of "175 native sons who played in the majors. I started compiling that in 1960," said the expert chronicler of the American pastime, a baseball addict all his life.

The book goes back to the Hartford Dark Blues of 1876 and Harrison did the research for it until he was blue in the face. Dark blue.

Harrison was sports editor of the Waterbury Republican American from 1967 to '81. His time there coincided with many of my years as a sports writer and columnist for The Courant. We covered a good many national, state and local sports events together.

He left sports writing that year and "went corporate".....

Wait A Minute:

Ex- Hartford Courant Sports Editor Owen Canfield Is Recommending A Book By Ex-Greenwich Citizen Editor Don Harrison, Even Though He Has Not Even Read The Book.

Harrison's book can be had for $19.99 but he has promised to put one in the mail to me as a gift.

Because I know Harrison's baseball expertise and ability, "Connecticut Baseball" will be a fine addition to my sports library.

No Wonder That Owen Canfield Is The Former Sports Editor At The Hartford Courant And Is Only Allowed To Write A Monthly Column At The Paper.

05/14/09 Just Books' Events - May 16-30

Don Harrison will introduce his newest book Connecticut Baseball: The Best of the Nutmeg State. Twin passions - newspapers and baseball - provided the impetus for Don Harrison's early career in sportswriting. In a sense, they have led to Connecticut Baseball: The Best of the Nutmeg State, his new book about Connecticut's myriad contributions to Major League Baseball. Don Harrison is an award-winning sports writer and has written articles for The Sporting News, Sports Quarterly-Baseball, The New York Times, Connecticut magazine, Waterbury Republican-American, the Greenwich Citizen, and dozens of other publications.
Hearst Newspaper Employee And Greenwich Citizen Editor Don Harrison Must Have Been Out Drinking With Jim Zebora, Because The Greenwich Citizen Has Not Been Updated Since Last Year.
Is Don Harrison Playing With The Numbers At
The Greenwich Citizen Website?
.....Don Harrison over at Hearst Newspaper's Greenwich Citizen publishes a misleading 42,500 Unique Visitor Figure.....
.....But if you read the ad in Don Harrison's newspaper closely, you will find the rounded up 42,000 figure is not for just the Greenwich Citizen. It is for the Darien News-Review, the Fairfield Citizen News, the Greenwich Citizen, the New Canaan News-Review, the Norwalk Citizen and the Westport News.

And the reason that Don Harrison won't publish the complacent Greenwich Citizen's web stats openly and independently is that Greenwich Roundup probably gets more web traffic than his so-called news web site.
If you were to evenly divide the 42,000 Unique Visitor number that was published in the Greenwich Citizen by all six Brooks Community Newspapers you would get an estimated number of 8,082 Unique Visitors a month or about 267 Unique Visitors per day.

Bloggers like Chris Fountain at For What It's Worth and Claudette Rothman at Greenwich Diva consistently beat Greenwich Citizen's number day and day out. Greenwich real estate advertisers would probably get a bigger bang for their buck if they bought a web ad from Chris instead of the Greenwich Citizen. .....
Greenwich Roundup was the only news organization that reported about the water once again leaking at Hamilton Avenue School. Clueless Hearst Newspaper Editors (Don Harrison) And Jim Zorba (Greenwich Time), as well as, the Greenwich Post editor have ignored HAS parents complaints that the modular are once again leaking......
Greenwich Citizen Editor Don Harrisson Is Still Clueless About School Board Member Michael Bodson's Hamilton Avenue School Email Concerning Mold
Free Greenwich Kitty Box Liner Gets New Owner
Will Editor Don Harrison Be Shown The Door, Because Of How Poor Job That The Citizen Does Of Covering Greenwich?
It is so easy for the Greenwich Citizen's Chain Newspaper Publisher and Editors to sit behind a desk and pontificate about the the rights that Americans enjoy, because so many paid the ultimate cost.
But it was to hard for the Greenwich Citizen's Chain Newspaper Publisher and Editors to get off their butts and cover democracy in action.
The Greenwich Citizen turned a blind eye to Greenwich High School students who exercised their free speech rights and wore "Don't Tase Me Bro" T-shirts to school to protest a fellow 140 pound water balloon throwing student getting up to 50,000 volts three different times.
Greenwich Citizen ignored ignored the towns youngest patriots as they engaged in an act of civil disobedience and stagged a sit in in the Greenwich High School Student Center and refused to go to class wearing those, "Don't Tase Me Bro" T-shirts.
It is a shame that minor children are not afraid of the powers that be, but the Publisher and Editors of the Greenwich Citizen are to afraid of upsetting the establishment to cover the news......
Greenwich Citizen Editor is:
Don Harrison
The Greenwich Citizen Website Ignores The Fact That A Weapon Was Used At Greenwich High School.For Nine Days
The Greenwich Citizen Has Ignored The Fact That Greenwich High School Students Have Protested By Sitting In The Student Center And not Going To Class And By Wearing T-shirts With The Infamous Phrase “Don’t Tase Me bro” On Them,
Greenwich Citizen readers don't know that balloon throwing teen who mouthed of to a Greenwich Police Officer got up to 50,000 volts on three occasions and a $50,000 Bail Bond.
Greenwich Citizen readers don't know that for the last few days the Greenwich Police Department has launched a major spin control campgain with media quotes, press releases, press conferences and by putting School Resource Officer Carlos "The GPD Is Racist" Franco and Captain Michael "One Million Bucks" Pacewicz in front of the annual Greenwich High School parent-teacher association meeting.
If you are at a Greenwich Cocktail party and an uniformed bore tries to argue about events in Greenwich, now you can shut them down by saying,"Oh, you must be a Greenwich Citizen reader.".....
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04/05/10 You Can Comment On Greenwich Citizen Articles At Topix

Topix Greenwich
Greenwich News - April 5, 2010
Newspapers were our lifeline during the storm (Greenwich Citizen)
Fire inspector Shawn McDonnell has seen a lot of the handiwork of our unwished for and unpredicted March 13 Nor'easter. He has taken an impressive 150 images of the damage it did to our lives, on assignment by the First Selectman Peter Tesei to document the storm for Town Hall.
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Oral history: The storm of 1938 (Greenwich Citizen)
Contributed photo from the Gotch Collection, Greenwich Library. A Model T was trapped in the flood down by Steamboat Road and Arch Street during the 1938 Hurricane.

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04/05/10 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Overnight Edition

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Some 401(k) plans are ahead of the curve on fee disclosure
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