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Civic Improvement
Q I’ve used water from our well for years and never had a problem. Why should I have it tested, for what, do I have to hire someone to do it, and how much will it cost me.   A It’s wise to have your well tested annually. The “Basic Indicators” of water quality are:...
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Complete with balloons, a ribbon-cutting and several dignitaries, the Round Hill Association and the Round Hill Community Church launched an Emergency Charging Center (ERC) in early February at the Round Hill Community House.    “This center provides a much-needed site in the BackCountry and is a fine example of friends and neighbors banding together to...
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Photos from the Recharging Center Opening The Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of our Cellular Recharging Center This community facility enables our neighbors to access to their electronic devices. A wonderful resource in the case of outages and emergencies.
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We were honored by Greenwich Green and Clean with their award for Beautification of Public Spaces in appreciation for the ongoing work on the area’s traffic islands. Board members, John Conte and Ines Kingsley led this civic improvement work, cleaning, weeding, and planting hardy landscaping. This is one of the many projects that donations to...
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The Round Hill Association recently contributed $10,000 toward a generator installed this past summer on the site of the Round Hill Community House at 397 Round Hill Road. This gift enables our historic Community House to continue to serve Greenwich and its surrounding communities with fewer interruptions in power. It also makes possible the idea...
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