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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  While some builders have previously withdrawn plans, some of the...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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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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The Round Hill Association is hosting its annual meeting on Tuesday May 3, 2022 at the Round Hill Community House for all members and residents.  The annual meeting this year marks a return to an in-person gathering after prior cancellations from the pandemic restrictions.  The evening will begin at 6:30 PM with refreshments followed by...
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Along with the warmer temperatures, budding daffodils, and chirping peepers, another sign of spring is the reopening of two local public golf courses near Round Hill.  The town-operated Griffith Harris Golf Course and the privately-owned Pound Ridge Golf Course give golfers two quality options.  Both courses have hosted the Metropolitan Golf Association Public Links Championship....
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  Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich Is Now Open to the Public Current Exhibition: David Salle If you live in the Round Hill area and are looking to get out of the house this winter and experience an excellent, curated art exhibition, you don’t have to travel very far.  It is a short...
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It has become easier and more convenient for backcountry and Round Hill residents to be part of the town wide food scrap recycling program.  On Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, people can use a composting drop-site with volunteers at the rear of the Round Hill Community House. The program is administered by the...
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