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Long-time Round Hill resident and community volunteer Mary Hull has stepped down as Executive Director of Greenwich Green & Clean after 38 years with the nonprofit organization that was founded in 1986.  Mary joined in 1988 to do public relations and within two years became its Director for more than three decades. During her time,...
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Do you have an interest in renting out a living space on your property?  With the need for more affordable housing options locally and statewide, Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) have become a recent topic of interest to Greenwich and Round Hill residents. On Tuesday evening April 2, Sheri Koones, author of ADU, The Perfect Housing Solution,spoke,...
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The Round Hill backcountry has a long heritage of horsemanship and riding that dates back to 1914 and continues today through The Greenwich Riding and Trails Association (GRTA).  GRTA is a nonprofit organization with the stated mission to preserve, protect, and promote open space, historical trails, and the tradition of horseback riding for our community...
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Round Hill Volunteer Fire Company (“RHVFC”) and its volunteer firefighters will host its first-ever “Family Fun Day” to celebrate children and families of the backcountry and all of Greenwich. The event will take place on Saturday, April 6th from 1-5 pm at Whitby School in Greenwich. A rain date of Sunday, April 7th has been...
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Friday, February 23 Report on the February 21, 2024 presentation at Round Hill Community House On February 21, 2024, at the Road Hill Community Church, The Greenwich Sustainability Committee (GSC) presented an open discussion to approximately 75 backcountry residents on the impact of synthetic chemicals on everyday life. The GSC is a joint effort of...
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For the second year, the Round Hill Association will host a fabulous cocktail party for neighbors and friends at Foundation House on Old Mill Road. On Friday, May 17th, come out and enjoy a great evening of tasty hors d’eouvres and great wine from 6-8:30 pm! Be on the lookout for your invitation, which will...
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“I’ve been a part of Greenwich for all my 72 years and it’s hard to know where it starts and I stop; it’s all I know., really. I love our beaches and parks, the woodlands that have been my playground and now thrill my five grandkids. My big, fat bobcat and wonderful ugly snapping turtle…...
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It has been a year since the underground gas tanks and pumps were removed from the Round Hill Service Station and the land in their place is still getting settled.  However, the shop remains busy in continuing to provide full service, maintenance and repair on various cars. Before the gas facilities were removed, the shop...
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After 50 years the Bailiwick Swim and Tennis Club is pushing forward for the next 50 years.  The Club recently installed lights on their paddle tennis courts and will soon do a major renovation of the pool and dining facilities.   The Bailiwick Club was founded in 1972 to be the first unrestricted club in Greenwich...
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Given the recent approvals and pending applications for large backcountry developments before the Planning & Zoning Commission, The Round Hill Association is very concerned about the increased number of cars and traffic that will result from hundreds of new apartment units planned in Northwest Greenwich.  These applications will put an excessive stress on our community...
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