Category

Town
The Round Hill Association candidate debate was held on Tuesday, October 26, 2021. The debate was held virtually and featured the candidates for First Selectmen, incumbent Republican Fred Camillo, and his Democratic challenger, Bill Kelly.   Incumbent Second Selectwoman, Republican Lauren Rabin, also debated her challenger, Democrat Janet Stone McGuigan. Two-minute statements were read by...
Read More
Please join us  on Tuesday October 26th at 7pm for our 2021 Greenwich Candidates Debate.  Our debate will be virtual and feature the candidates for First Selectmen, incumbent Republican Fred Camillo and his Democratic challenger, Bill Kelly. Incumbent Second Selectwoman, Republican Lauren Rabin will also debate her challenger, Democrat Janet Stone McGuigan. We will also...
Read More
  After 18 months of Covid isolation we are ready for an autumnal celebration provided to you by the Round Hill Association (RHA). On October 2nd, in the “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness” as John Keats described autumn, the RHA, will sponsor its third annual Neighbor Day. All are welcome to attend.  Visits begin...
Read More
Japanese Knotweed is rampant, spreading at an alarming pace and killing everything in its path. Debra, my neighbor called, “We must do something about this before it takes over all of our yards.” She took action. On Wednesday, six adjacent neighbors met at the end of Debra’s driveway. Pat Sesto, Director of Greenwich Environmental Affairs,...
Read More
At long last, Round Hill and northwest Greenwich may be closer to having a fully staffed fire station. At a public hearing in January, the Board of Estimate and Taxation considered the 145-page report from the Town-Wide Fire Study it commissioned by Matrix Consulting Group. The Matrix Group found what residents here have been saying...
Read More
Our Prize for Endurance Okay, here’s a bit of great news.  After suffering through almost a year of deprivation, distanced from friends and even family, with restaurants and theatres closed or greatly restricted, with travel  banned, in short, living a life of bland sameness, we have been rewarded for dismal months of sacrifice. The famed...
Read More
After a relatively dry winter last year, the current 2020-21 season has delivered approximately 35 inches of snow in the Round Hill community from three storms through the first half of February. And with the temperature dipping below freezing most evenings, the snow pack has remained for extended periods of time.  While substantial snow amounts...
Read More
Time-Sensitive Alert to Mid- and Back-Country! If you haven’t already, check your mailbox asap.  Applications for Absentee Ballots have begun arriving in our neighborhood! Given occasional problems with mail delivery during COVID, if you don’t receive yours within the next day or so, contact the Town Clerk’s office per instructions* below from the link on...
Read More
  After six months of Covid isolation we are ready for an autumnal celebration provided to you by the Round Hill Association (RHA). On October 3rd, in the “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness” as John Keats described autumn, the RHA, will sponsor its second annual Neighbor Day. You can wander the lush fields and gardens of the...
Read More
We are excited to announce that our annual Candidates forum will take place this year virtually on Wednesday October 14th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm.  This year’s forum, our first virtual one, will feature candidates for State Representative for District 149.  The forum will be moderated by RHA president, John Conte and we encourage neighbors and...
Read More
1 2 3 4