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Saturday, April 24, 2010

04/24/10 "Anti - Greenwich Police Group" sent you a message on Facebook...

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Robin Harrison
Robin HarrisonApril 24, 2010 at 6:49pm
Subject: Reminder for stories of unfair treatment
First off I would like to thank everyone who has sent in stories of unfair treatment. Please keep them coming!. The interview with the Greenwich Time is next week. We need as many as possible to make the biggest impact possible. Once again this will remain 100% ANONYMOUS. I respect everyone's right to privacy. But I urge everyone to continue to send in their stories to AntiGPD@aol.com or send me an inbox. Thanks Again!

Sincerely,
Robin Harrison

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04/24/10 READER SUBMITTED COMMENTS: Article

Hope the drugs continue to roll in. Us drug dealers pay the cops in
greenwich top $$ to make sure we have certain locations that are not
patrolled for our drug deals. Take care!

Drug dealer from Bruce park.

Sent from my blackberry

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04/24/10 Hale is now following Greenwich Roundup on Twitter!

Hale (hhmcsharry) is now following greenwichRoundup's tweets on Twitter.

A little information about Hale:

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04/24/10 The Greenwich First Selectman Report

Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei In The Blogosphere:

Greenwich Roundup: 04/23/10 Is It True That First Selectman Peter Tesei Going To Cancel His SubScription To The Greenwich Time.
By Greenwich Roundup
Hearst Newspaper Reporter Debra Friedman's Articles Have Been Upsetting The Thin Skinned
Peter Tesei Lately Tesei Particularly Did Not Like This Passage.... "Last week, the Teamsters filed a grievance claiming the town did not have a ...
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Pace of stimulus money disbursement questioned by Tesei ...
... depending on whom you ask, the road to economic recovery is more like Interstate 95 at rush hour in the opinion of First Selectman Peter Tesei. ...
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Welcome to the official Town of Greenwich Connecticut Web site
First Selectman, Peter Tesei .....
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CL&P stands by storm response - NewsTimes
Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei said that the investigation should delve into why CL&P didn't put more resources on standby given a forecast of high ...
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There Are No Gang Members Or Drug Dealers At Greenwich High School ...
IT IS EASY FOR KIDS TO GET DRUGS IN GREENWICH, BECAUSE GREENWICH POLICE COMMISSIONER PETER TESEI AND POLICE CHIEF DAVID RIDBERG HAVE THEIR HEADS IN THE SAND ...
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Bari: Meeting Expectations With Failed Expectations. « Search ...
That's my expectation," First Selectman Peter Tesei said. "It's their job to tell people what they're proposing to do. It's not mine." "That is not correct. ...
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04/24/10 Press Release: FEMA News

http://www.fema.gov/news/newsrelease.fema?id=51060

President Declares Major Disaster For Connecticut

Release Date: April 23, 2010
Release Number: HQ-10-077

» More Information on Connecticut Severe Storms and Flooding
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) today announced a major disaster exists in the State of Connecticut and ordered Federal aid to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the area struck by severe storms and flooding beginning on March 12, 2010, and continuing.

Federal funding is available to State and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing basis for emergency work and the repair or replacement of facilities damaged by the severe storms and flooding in the counties of Fairfield, Middlesex, and New London.

[MWF Emphasis: ] Federal funding is also available on a cost-sharing basis for hazard mitigation measures statewide.

Michael L. Parker has been named as the Federal Coordinating Officer for Federal recovery operations in the affected area.

Parker said additional designations may be made at a later date if requested by the State and warranted by the results of further damage assessments.

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04/24/10 Mom-and-pop stores hang on in Greenwich

Topix Greenwich
Greenwich News - April 24, 2010
On Greenwich Avenue, shoppers tote around bags from chain stores and sip lattes from cups with a green logo that, for many, is the symbol of corporate America.
Greetings From Beautiful And Exotic Jackson Heights
Two 17-year-old teens from Jackson Heights in Queens, N.Y., were arrested and charged Tuesday with first-degree criminal trespass after police found them on Greenwich High School grounds after they were warned to leave. The teens do not attend the high school, police said.
Now Here Is The Punch Line....
One of the out of town teens was found to be in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was charged with possession of marijuana within 1,500 of a school and possession of drug paraphernalia within 1,500 of a school.
Of Course They Will Show Up For Court....
Both out of town teens were released on small bonds
COMMENT:
Too Bad These Out Of Town Drug Dealers Did Not Come Up To Greenwich High School And Throw Water Balloons. Then A Pack Of Police Officers Would Have Thrown Them To The Ground And Tassered Them Three Times With 50,000 volts; Before Arresting Them And Giving Them A $50,000 Bail Bond.
UPDATE:
MORE OUT OF TOWN DRUG DEALERS ARE COMING TO GREENWICH
Eric Maldonado, 20, of 438 West St., Port Chester., N.Y., was arrested and charged Tuesday with possession of cannabis under four ounces, possession of a controlled substance with the intent to sell and possession of drug paraphernalia.
UPDATE #2
IT IS EASY FOR KIDS TO GET DRUGS IN GREENWICH,
BECAUSE GREENWICH POLICE COMMISSIONER PETER TESEI AND POLICE CHIEF DAVID RIDBERG HAVE THEIR HEADS IN THE SAND
Adriana Zarta, 19, of 22 Cognewaugh Road, was arrested and charged Tuesday with possession of cannabis under four ounces. She was released on a promise to appear
UPDATE #3
THIS IS AN EPIDEMIC
It Is Just Too Darn Easy For Kids To Get Drugs In Greenwich
Christiana Los, 23, of 478 Harrison Ave., Harrison, N.Y., was arrested and charged Tuesday with possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was released on a promise to appear.

My name is Emily Sussman, and I am a teacher as well as a parent at Crossroads School in Brewster, New York.
I wish I were more eloquent. I wish that I could place the right phrase at the right time so people would stand up and take notice, but I am not. I am a simple person with a lot of passion.
Crossroads is a small private school that is danger of closing its doors forever. It is a place where your child can learn and grow to be their very best.
Oh, I am sure you have all heard this before from many schools, but the fact of the matter is that it doesn't always happen. Yet I see it here at Crossroads.
I have seen children who are broken and fragile and have lost hopes due to the treatment of their peers and the school system. I have seen kids who are paralyzed with anxiety who can not leave their homes because they fear the bullying of other students, even teachers and the system in general. I have seen them all.
I have also seen them walk through the doors at Crossroads School here in Brewster and within one month you can see the light of their smiles again. You can see a ray of hope in them. Give them six months, and I can see their grades going up because they WANT to learn! They need to LEARN.
I have seen so much good running in and out these doors --- and they are going to close.
Crossroads School will be having a fundraiser/information day/family fun day on Saturday, May 15th. All of the children are involved in one way or another to help raise funds. Some of our high school students are amazing artists. They are going to be selling limited edition prints of their work and the proceeds' will go to the school.
We need your support.
Please contact us at 845-278-2774 or visit us on the web at crossroadsschool.net for more information about the school.
Emily Sussman and the entire Crossroads School Family
Crossroads School
2443 U.S. 6
Brewster, NY 10509-2528
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