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Round Hill was the name of the hill itself and the name of our estate.    I remember first seeing Round Hill as a child squeezed in the back seat of Daddy’s 1928 Maxwell as we made our way up Riversville Road. My brother, sister, and I played the “I see Round Hill” game, the...
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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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There have been a number of thefts from mailboxes in the Round Hill area recently. Residents on Round Hill Road, Pecksland Road, and Lake Avenue have reported that mail has been taken in an apparent attempt at identity theft or in search of money.    Although Greenwich Police Community Impact Officer Keith Hirsch says this...
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For newcomers or residents unfamiliar with the Community House, it was built in 1926 and has long been a center of energy and activity in Greenwich for young and old, artists and athletes. It also regularly provides a warm, sentimental gathering place for area friends and families celebrating special occasions, including wedding and anniversary receptions,...
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Spring is FINALLY here! And your Association has been busy. Every traffic island in our Round Hill area has been cleaned, weeded, and prepared for Spring and Summer. Under the guidance of board member Ines Kingsley plans are being made for a mid-Summer review for any needed new plants and for bulbs to be planted...
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Fields of purple loosestrife and garlic mustard’s pretty white blossoms are pleasing to the eye and in autumn, “burning bush” is downright spectacular, its magenta leaves emblazing the landscape.    “The problem is that these are invasive plants,” says Steve Conaway, Stewardship and Outreach manager for the Greenwich Land Trust (GLT). “They grow unchecked, spread...
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