Category: Miscellaneous

March 2019 Greenwich Sales

April 18, 2019 (Greenwich, CT) - The Greenwich Association of REALTORS® announces the statistics for home sales in The Town of Greenwich, CT for the month of March 2019. There were 27 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 April 15th

Interview with Katie DeLuca :25-1:40  River Road development (first application under new water front business zone regulation)  left open 1:40-2:55  Parker Stacy special permit Resident Medical Professional Office at 1 Kinsman Lane   left open 2:55-3:15  Brunswick School  King Street campus  approved 3:15-4:05  16 Lakeview Drive  Open Space violation on Mianus River   left open 4:05-4:10  Round Hill Road  moved forward 4:10-4:30 -- 204 Otter Rock Drive  controversial…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of April 8th

Interview with State Representative Livvy Floren :25-2:45  State bonding "debt diet" 2:45-3:17  Tree Party to benefit Greenwich Tree Conservancy April 26 (Arbor Day) 3:17-4:20  CT Women United meeting April 29th at Arch Street Teen Center 4:20-5:35  RTM Sense of the Meeting Resolution on electronic tolling 5:35-7:35 Latest on tolls, response by republicans to Governor's plan
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of April 1st

Interview with Katie DeLuca 0:00-:20 Greenwich Academy -- approved 0:20-1:05 500-600 West Putnam Ave. moved to final 1:05-1:40  Balducci's Market outdoor dining application...left open 1:40-2:15 Dublin Hill Road subdivision....converted to preliminary and left open 2:15-5:15  Bryon Road demolition and rebuild.."seems innocuous" but neighborhood opposition...left open 5:15-6:03 Greenwich Reform Synagogue..clarification of approval condition for pre-school..left open 6:03-6:17  Greenwich Library…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of March 25th

Interview with State Representative Fred Camillo 0:30-0:50  State of budget 0:50-2:00  Tolls 2:00-5:20  Workers in the attorney general's office...they got increases..should not have, says Fred 5:20-7:53  Transportation fund, regarding tolls
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February 2019 Greenwich Sales

March 21, 2019 (Greenwich, CT) - The Greenwich Association of REALTORS® announces the statistics for home sales in The Town of Greenwich, CT for the month of February 2019. There were 20 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 March 18th

Real Estate Report | Febraury 2019 John McAtee, GAR 2019 President & Stacey Loh, GAR EVP Interview with State Senator Alexandra Bergstein Electronic tolling - Her support, why they are a good idea Interview with Katie DeLuca 0:00-1:45  143 Sound Beach Ave.  Had been rejected, then lawsuit, now settled and approved 1:45-2:15  500-600 West Putnam Avenue  closed.  No decision…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of March 11th

Interview with State Representative Stephen Meskers 1:25-3:35  Energy regulation and third party energy providers 3:35-5:00  Car Tax legislation 5:00-6:30  Budget talk 6:10-7:55  Electronic Tolls
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of March 4th

Interview with Katie DeLuca :20-4:35  585-600 West Putnam Avenue (left open) 4:35-5:15  Greenwich Academy (closed) 5:15-5:20  Stanwich Club  (approved) 5:20-6:00  Pathways-Sinawoy (approved) 6:00-6:15  32 West Way (approved) 6:15-6:25  5 Oak St (approved) 6:25-6:40  Next Meeting March 19 6:40-7:32  POCD Update Interview with State Representative Livvy Floren :40-1:35  Breakfast at Norwalk Community College Wednesday...retirement of President David Levinson 1:35-4:00 Hearing on electronic tolls Wednesday...including possible provision…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of February 25th

Interview with Katie DeLuca :20-3:05  Chabad Lubavitch of Greenwich.  Synagogue plans approved, with conditions and modifications 3:05-3:55  Greenwich Academy.  Approved with conditions 3:55- 4:05      Subdivisions on Greenwich Ave approved 4:10-4:15  Berkley Insurance Company plans left open 4:15-4:25  Zoning Text Amendment on L-B Zones approved 4:25- 4:35      St. Michael's Church -- approved...300 Valley Road in Cos Cob 4:35-4:50  Parker Stacey Kinsman Lane development left open…
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