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Civic Improvement
WELCOME NEW NEIGHBORS! From time to time, we at the Round Hill Association would like to share a pleasant thought about life in Backcountry Greenwich. To this end, we will also enlist the assistance of a Junior Contributor who loves living here! For our first post, we would like to ask everyone to take a...
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At long last, Round Hill and northwest Greenwich may be closer to having a fully staffed fire station. At a public hearing in January, the Board of Estimate and Taxation considered the 145-page report from the Town-Wide Fire Study it commissioned by Matrix Consulting Group. The Matrix Group found what residents here have been saying...
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FOUNDATION HOUSE AT OLD MILL FARM NEARING APPROVAL Foundation House, the name of the proposed learning center with focus on health and wellness at 124 Old Mill Road, is moving ahead to gain approval by the Planning and Zoning Commission. With workshops, lectures, and events, the center will advance a wide range of interests including...
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The Round Hill Association area is filled with great shops, organizations, and institutions!  Click on the logos to learn more. Check back frequently as we are always adding more to this page. Shops, Restaurants, Farms and Horseback Riding               ORGANIZATIONS       INSTITUTIONS & HOUSES OF WORSHIP  ...
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Time-Sensitive Alert to Mid- and Back-Country! If you haven’t already, check your mailbox asap.  Applications for Absentee Ballots have begun arriving in our neighborhood! Given occasional problems with mail delivery during COVID, if you don’t receive yours within the next day or so, contact the Town Clerk’s office per instructions* below from the link on...
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Backcountry residents and Round Hill Association members are encouraged to attend the Greenwich  Planning & Zoning meeting this week, online via Zoom.  Two important items are on the docket of interest to the Round Hill  community.  This meeting is open to the public.  All are encouraged to attend. See below for the link to the...
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Friends, neighbors, and members of the Round Hill Association, we face a challenge ahead the could define the very future of land development in Backcountry Greenwich. The proposed development, to build 28 new homes at 124 Old Mill Road (the former Mel Gibson estate) as a single, cluster development, is part of an application currently...
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  RHA Board member Ines Kingsley and her team of gardeners have been working hard to beautify and maintain our traffic islands! Take a peek as you are driving by.    
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Backcountry resident and Round Hill Association board member, Brendon DeSimone, will moderate a discussion with local real estate experts about the trends that are shaping the real estate market in backcountry, what homeowners can do to enhance their property values, and the ongoing efforts to promote property ownership and life in backcountry Greenwich. Light refreshments...
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Thanks to all who responded to our Member Survey last spring. The Round Hill Association would like to grow and connect with residents in the Round Hill Association area. To accomplish this, a survey was mailed to members and residents of our area. The survey included questions about which activities/events the RHA should offer. We were delighted...
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