These days it seems all the pundits can talk about is what’s wrong with the National Football League, and for good reason. But what exactly can be done about it? Nothing unless people are willing to take dramatic action.
A municipal budget that addresses Greenwich’s capital needs while keeping the mill rate increase to 1.7%? It seems too good to be true but we may never know unless the Board of Estimate and Taxation (BET) gives it a thorough examination.
When Greenwich pauses to remember the horrific terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 today it will not just be empty words. The wounds are still fresh in a community that lost 32 people that terrible day.
As contract negotiations between the town’s teachers union and the Board of Education remain at an impasse, making it a very real possibility things will be decided by an outside arbitrator, it’s important to show this town stands with its teachers.