The new town budget cleared its first hurdle, but only after first enduring some cuts. At its “decision day” on Feb. 27, the Board of Estimate and Taxation (BET)’s Budget Committee unanimously approved a $395,679,727 budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
Upon discussion about demolition, the first image that comes to mind could well be a wrecking ball. But when it comes to the Seton House, Greenwich is proceeding with something called a “historically sensitive demolition.”
Interested in getting involved in town government? District Two of the Representative Town Meeting (RTM) is seeking to fill two vacancies.
If you’re worried about the dangers of the Internet when it comes to your children, then the next Father’s Forum meeting could well have the information you’re looking for.