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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 this week.  Two important items are on the docket of interest to the Round Hill  community.  This meeting is open to the public all all are encouraged to attend. See below for the...
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The 2019 backcountry Candidate Forum was held on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, at the Round Hill Community House.  The event was co-sponsored by the Round Hill Association, the Northwest Greenwich Association, and the Northeast Greenwich Association.  A standing-room-only crowd of approximately 300 attended the debate.  Everyone was welcomed in brief remarks by the three Presidents...
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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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Citizens for a Responsible County Airport released the following from Westchester County Executive, George Latimer. On July 2nd, after the community meeting that was attended by several Round Hill Association members, and Round Hill community residents, the following statement was released. The policy implementation recommendations look to be good news for Round Hill area residents...
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Senator Richard Blumenthal spoke at the 2018 RHA Annual Spring Event.  His informative presentation touched on everything from his work on the Armed Services Committee to Connecticut infrastructure and more. He took many questions from the audience and we thank him for taking the time to share his views with his fellow RHA members.  
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On October 27th, our Greenwich Assessor laid out the 2015 real estate revaluation process for 100 people who attended the RHA Fall Forum co-hosted with the Northeast and Northwest Greenwich Associations. With every property in the Round Hill Association boundaries and throughout Greenwich being revalued for next year’s tax bill, the presentation could not have...
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