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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGHC News Talk: Week of July 16th

Real Estate Report - June 2018 | June statistics, POCD, P&Z meeting on FAR next week Interview with State Senator Scott Frantz | Veto Override session, Governor's executive order to bond $10 million for a study of tolls - Senator Frantz is on the bond commission, Special session on sports gambling?
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGHC News Talk: Week of July 9th

Interview with Katie DeLuca | Hamilton Avenue...approved, 50 Chestnut Street (Etourduissant)...controversial...approved with conditions, Palmer Island in Old Greenwich...left open, Sheephill Road at East Putnam Avenue..had been approved earlier this year..they came in for modifications to parking spaces..approved, Large home on Clapboard Ridge Road approved, Moderate income home on Armonk Street...left open, Greenwich Lamborghini..left open, West Med at 644 West Putnam Ave..approved, POCD meeting on…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGHC News Talk: Week of July 2nd

Interview with State Representative Michael Bocchino | Byram Park Pool, Veto Session, Special Session, Sports Gambling Legislation
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGHC News Talk: Week of June 25th

Interview with Katie DeLuca | Chestnut Street(Etourduissant) Exotic and Antique cars -- left open, Palmer Island -- postponed, Shore Road  Improvements on 21,000 sq. ft property Approved, St. Paul's Lutheran Church left open, 181 & 185 Clapboard Ridge Road  approved, Preview of July 10 meeting (Sheephill Rd, Text Amendment), POCD meeting on July 19 Interview with State…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGHC News Talk: Week of June 18th

Real Estate Monthly Greenwich Sales Report | BK Bates, 2018 GAR President & Victoria DeAndrea, Professional Development & Communications Manager, GAR|GMLS Interview with Katie DeLuca | Text amendment on streamlining application process - Left open, Pathways Community Center - Approved, Lamborghini dealership  - Left open, Palmer Island coastal subdivision - Left open, Next meeting June…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGHC News Talk: Week of June 4th

Interview with State Representative Livvy Floren | Jobs coming to Stamford, Uconn Trustees approve new dorms for Uconn-Stamford, Merritt Parkway safety improvements in Greenwich, "Topping" ceremony for new New Lebanon School next Tuesday, Byram Park Pool opening either June 14 or June 21, Transportation lock box on ballot in November, School Superintendent search...stay in-house with search?,…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGHC News Talk: Week of May 29th

Interview with Fred Camillo | Session overview, Sports gaming legalized by U. S. Supreme Court Interview with Katie DeLuca | Greenwich Academy demolition/reconstruction...approved, Valley Road subdivision...approved, Palmer Island..postponed..Michael Banks left open, Armonk Street -- revise plan and resubmit, Greenwich Avenue -- approved, Several approvals including Sundown Saloon, Next meeting June 12
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGHC News Talk: Week of May 14th

Real Estate Report | Stacey Loh, GAR EVP & Paul Pugliese, GAR BOD
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGHC News Talk: Week of May 7th

Interview with State Representative Livvy Floren | Electronic tolls go down to defeat..reaction, Women's health bill Rep. Floren sponsored..passed house, College tuition for DACA students, Bill banning bump stocks on guns passed, Water safety task force meeting, Convention on May 16 for her re-election bid Interview with State Representative Bocchino | Overview of session...budget, educational cost sharing, pension reimbursement, etc, Overall grade…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGHC News Talk: Week of April 30th

Interview with State Representive Fred Camillo |DACA bill passed by the House Interview with Katie DeLuca | Greenwich Center For Hope and Renewal -- approved, Sound Beach Ave. traffic circle in Old Greenwich -- left open, Armonk Street mixed use building -- left open, May 17 POCD meeting at Greenwich Library
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