PUTTING THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF GREENWICH RESIDENTS FIRST
TWO THUMBS UP FOR PETER TESEI FOR WORKING AROUND THE CLOCK MONITORING HURRICANE IRENE
While about 45 people stayed the night in the Western Greenwich Civic Center Saturday evening, First Selectman Peter Tesei's family took shelter at Town Hall.
First Selectman Peter Tesei stayed at the emergency management center overnight to monitor the slow moving Hurricane Irene.
Mr. Tesei was worried that his family would not be able to traverse the roads once the worst of the storm landed in Greenwich, so he picked up his wife and childre.
Ms. Tesei and the children; Caroline, 4, and James, 2, slept on an inflatable mattress and cots provided by the Health Department.
The kids played with puzzles and other games and thought it was quite an adventure.
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