Category: Miscellaneous

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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July 2019 Greenwich Sales

August 15, 2019 (Greenwich, CT) - The Greenwich Association of REALTORS® announces the statistics for home sales in The Town of Greenwich, CT for the month of July 2019. There were 70 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 August 12th

Greenwich Real Estate Report - July 2019 Sales | GAR EVP, Stacey Loh & Maria Ruggeberg, GAR 2019 Director
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of August 5th

Interview with Katie DeLuca :15-2:00 Palmer Island approved (at last) 2:00-2:35  7 Fairway Lane approved (sub-division of 2.8 acres) 2:35-4:05  62 Mason Street (moderate income)  left open 4:05-4:30 292 Delvavan Avenue approved Renovation of two family home with additions 4:30-5:20  55 Arch Street approved   Historic overlay 5:20-6:35  Zoning Text Amendment approved...deletion of P Zone 6:35-8:20  Release of draft Plan of Conservation…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of July 29th

Interview with Katie DeLuca P&Z meeting July 30th discussing the train station proposal.   Interview with State Representative Livvy Floren :40-:55  Plastic bag law :55-1:00 Special session on tolls? 1:00-2:00 Special session on tip wage, plus bonding 2:00-2:50  Meeting with new superintendent Dr. Toni Jones 2:50-4:00 Groundbreaking of Sema4 biotech firm in Stamford 4:00-4:35 Visit by state…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of July 22nd

Interview with State Senator Alexandra Bergstein :55-3:25  Tolls - special session? 3:25-4:30  Greenwich Train Station 4:30-7:25  Connecting Connecticut, an event held last night Interview with Katie DeLuca :15-:25  57 Locust Street  -- approved :25-1:40 Rehabilition of the Byram Fire Station 1:40-2:05 Pumping Station on Havemeyer Lane 2:05-3:15  29 Davenport Avenue -- approved 3:15-3:40 Palmer Island 2 lots  left open to August 6…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of July 8th

Interview with Katie DeLuca :20-4:20  Train station proposal, P and Z involvement, etc 4:20-5:00  16 Lakeview Drive  continued 5:00-5:25  29 Davenport Avenue   left open 5:25-5:46  249 Valley Road   left open 5:46-6:50  62 Byram Terrace Drive.."set-aside development"...approved 6:50-7:15  63 Oak Ridge Street/ 241 Hamilton Avenue...separate applications..but similar....both left open 7:15-7:55  Greenwich Reform Synagogue "commissioners perturbed" application withdrawn 7:55-8:30  107 Patterson Avenue  left open sewer issue 8:30-9:00  Miller…
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Stay Up to Date and Tune in to WGCH News Talk: Week of July 1st

Interview with Katie DeLuca :20-:35  River Road (Row America) approved :35-:45  Stanwich School/ Greenwich Country Day School  approved :45-2:00 1075 Post Road Aux Delice 2:00-2:10 10 Susan Lane 2:10-2:20 Oak Street  confirmed as lot 2:20-3:30  Palmer Island left open 3:30-3:40 123 Havemeyer Place  left open 3:40-3:45 Pickwick Plaza  approved 3:45-3:57  44-48 West Putnam Ave  approved 3:57-4:20  19 West Elm Street outdoor dining  approved 4:20-4:25  343 West Putnam…
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May 2019 Greenwich Sales

June 20, 2019 (Greenwich, CT) - The Greenwich Association of REALTORS® announces the statistics for home sales in The Town of Greenwich, CT for the month of May 2019. There were 57 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 June 17th

Real Estate Statistical Report - WGCH | John McAtee, GAR 2019 President & JoAnn Erb   Interview with State Senator Alexandra Bergstein 0:00-2:00 Legislative session..voted against budget 2:00-5:15  Tolls, infrastructure bank 5:15-7:05 Special session on tolls 7:05-8:46  Student loan bill, other bills
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