RTM should support community garden

FI-Letter-to-the-EditorTo the Editor

As a “dirt gardener” my entire life and a volunteer with Greenwich Community Gardens for five years, I urge the 230 members of the Representative Town Meeting to approve a lasting legacy for all of Greenwich.

A “yes” vote at the RTM’s Oct. 28 meeting will approve the creation of a community garden on Bible Street which will replicate the organic vegetable, herb and flower gardens currently flourishing at Armstrong Court.

Please endorse the volunteer efforts of residents, senior citizens, garden clubs, students, teachers, and local businesses as we continue to grow as a community of gardeners and friends. Thank you.


Livvy Floren

The author is the state representative from Connecticut’s 149th District and an advisory board member for  Greenwich Community Gardens.


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