Local Government

Budget passes, but money for fire fighters remains a sore subject

It was not a quick journey to get there, but Greenwich now has a $395 million municipal budget for 2014-15.


Budget gets vote tonight

With a vote scheduled tonight on the proposed $396 million 2014-15 municipal budget, residents made their voice heard at a public hearing Tuesday night.
The Board of Estimate and Taxation (BET) will have a chance to voice its opinion tonight, March 20, in the Town Hall Meeting Room starting at 7 p.m.

Reversing course from a month ago, State Rep. Livvy Floren has decided to seek a new term in office after all. — Ken Borsuk photo

Back by popular demand, Floren says she will run again

You can hold off on those Livvy Floren retirement parties. The longtime state representative has decided she’s not going anywhere.

After much discussion, Greenwich resident Thomas Klein was hired as head of IT for Town Hall — Ken Borsuk

Town hires new IT director, denies conflict of interest

The town has a new IT director, but not without some controversy first over a potential conflict of interest. At its Feb. 20 meeting, the Board of Selectmen unanimously approved the hiring of Greenwich resident Thomas Klein as the new director of information technology for the town.

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