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As 2023 starts a new year, The Greenwich Planning and Zoning Commission is continuing to receive an increased number of proposals and applications from property developers to construct new residential housing structures throughout town, including areas in and around Round Hill and our backcountry neighborhoods.  While some builders have previously withdrawn plans, some of the...
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In 1796, Greenwich was, in part, a farming community. Our farms sent their produce to New York City via regular packet boats that left from a dock just below the Greenwich Historical Society’s Bush Holley House on Strickland Road in Cos Cob. If you were a farmer in North Greenwich, and liked your daily bread,...
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North Greenwich residents, and the entire town, are now better served in response time for emergency services and quality pre-hospital care.  Greenwich Emergency Medical Serves (GEMS) recently opened a permanent station in backcountry replacing a temporary trailer in place for several years after hurricane Sandy hit the town.  It has covered garage space for ambulances...
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For those that like to get out of the house and hike or walk not far from home and stay off the road, there is now a new option in the neighborhood.  Two years after acquiring 72 acres from The Aquarion Water Company in a private-public partnership with the Town of Greenwich, The Greenwich Land...
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This article, by RHA President John Conte, was published in the Greenwich Sentinel on October 7, 2022 Take a walk anywhere in our beautiful sylvan town and you will be accompanied by giants. Silent, stoic, and imbued with magical powers, these benevolent Brobdingnagian beauties stand quietly, patiently, never asking, never imposing on us, the mere...
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The Round Hill Community House was packed with standing room only on Tuesday evening 10/11/22 at 6:30 PM to hear the local Candidate Debate sponsored by the Round Hill Association. There were an estimated 180 people who gathered to hear the two CT State Senate District 36 candidates, Republican incumbent Ryan Fazio and Democrat challenger Trevor Crow,...
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Round Hill Service Station
November 2022 update: As everyone has observed, gasoline is no longer available for purchase at the Round Hill Service Station. The pumps are gone but the store and the service station are alive and well and open for business! The garage will remain in place and continue providing excellent car repair and maintenance service.  John,...
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The public is invited to attend this year’s Round Hill Association candidate forum.  The forum will take place on Tuesday, October 11, 2022, at the Round Hill Community House from 6:30-8:30 pm.  Refreshments and social time will be from 6:30-7:00 pm.  The debate will take place from 7:00-8:30 pm.  Participating candidates are: CT State Senate...
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Round Hill Volunteer Fire Company (Neighbor Day)
Everyone is invited to the annual backcountry Neighbor Day sponsored by the Round Hill Association on Saturday October 1, 2022.  Celebrate this autumn season by joining neighbors, old friends, and new residents in the area with in- person or virtual visits at friendly and recognizable venues in Round Hill. Most sites open at 9:00 and...
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Everyone in Round Hill and backcountry is aware of the presence of the nearby Westchester (NY) County Airport.  The noise and flight patterns are routinely evident, but there are other facts that are less well known.  For instance, it is the 3rd busiest airport in the state, occupies over 700 acres (larger than LaGuardia), and...
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