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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of November 14th

Interview with Katie DeLuca POCD Interview with State Representative Stephen Meskers 0:00-2:35  Old Greenwich Train Station update 2:35-6:30  Governor's Transportation Plan 6:30-8:00  As a member of the RTM, his thoughts on the Plan of Conservation and Development and whether the RTM will vote on it in December, or wait until January 8:00-9:24  Byram Underpass on I-95
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of November 4th

Interview with State Representative Livvy Floren :20-2:10  Transportation plan (tolls) 2:10-4:15  Election Results 4:15-5:25  Vaping Forum Held Last Week 5:25-6:55  Economic Forum Recap 6:55-8:14  Veterans' Day Events
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of October 28th

Interview with Katie DeLuca :20-:55  62 Mason Street.  Moderate Income Housing.  Approved :55-1:00  81 Bible Street  approved 1:00-2:10  16 Lakeview  Drive Subdivision.  approved 2:10-4:35  Moratorium for moderate income dwelling units.  Passed for 12 Months, but likely won't last that long 4:35-7:20  Greenwich Plaza.  Closed.  No decision 7:20-8:20  Next Meeting Nov. 12  will be devoted to POCD 8:20-9:20  November 14 meeting will include a moderate income application, 1205 East Putnam Avenue, and…
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September 2019 Greenwich Sales

October 17, 2019 (Greenwich, CT) - The Greenwich Association of REALTORS® announces the statistics for home sales in The Town of Greenwich, CT for the month of September 2019. There were 46 single-family residential closings reported during this period according to figures provided by The Greenwich Multiple Listing Service, Inc., the multiple listing service used…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of October 14th

Real Estate Report - September Greenwich Sales | John McAtee, 2019 GAR President & Stacey Loh, GAR EVP   Interview with Patrick La Row :25-1:20  6 Smith Road/25 Pear Lane  left open...probably until Nov. 14 1:20-2:16  81 Bible Street...closed, but no action.  Vote at Oct. 29 meeting 2:16-3:45  62 Mason Street....closed, but no action....vote at Oct. 29 meeting 3:35-4:15  255 Field…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of October 7th

Interview with State Representative Meskers 0:45-4:45  Barge off Greenwich...plans withdrawn 4:45-7:50  Byram Overpass
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of September 30th

Interview with State Representative Fred Camillo :20-2:10  Reaction to Governor's plan to make marijuana legalization a major part of the upcoming session 2:10-3:25  Minimum Wage increase taking effect Oct. 1 3:25-5:11  Anything happening with tolls? Interview with Katie DeLuca 0:00-6:50  Train Station 6:50-7:58  Next meeting Interview with State Representative Livvy Floren :20-1:00  Bonding Bill 1:00-2:45  "Build For America" Transportation plan 2:45-3:35  4 Month…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of September 9th

Interview with State Representative Livvy Floren :50-1:25  Meeting with New Superintendent of Schools Dr. Toni Jones 1:25-3:05  Is the Governor holding bonding hostage in return for his tolls? 3:05-4:10  Teacher Pensions 4:10-4:50  Coastal Caucus on Climate Change 4:50-5:10  Valley Jam 2019 with Pemberwick Glenville Association Sept. 7 5:10-5:55  Bruce Museum truck event Sunday Sept. 8 5:55-6:45 9-11 events Interview with State…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of August 19th

Interview with State Representative Fred Camillo :30-1:20  Tolls update 1:20-3:05  Bonding, casinos discussion 3:05-3:35  Override of Lamont Vetoes? No 3:35-6:28  Thoughts on Downtown Greenwich Train Station Proposal
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of August 12th

Greenwich Real Estate Report - July 2019 Sales | GAR EVP, Stacey Loh & Maria Ruggeberg, GAR 2019 Director
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