Round Hill Association forum scheduled for tonight

The Round Hill Association is poised to hold its annual fall forum tonight, Oct. 18 at the Round Hill Community House on 397 Round Hill Road.

Refreshments will be served at 6 p.m. and the program is slated to begin at 6:30. There will be three main areas of focus during the discussion.

First there will be information on Louise Mueller’s gift of property at the corner of Round Hill Road and Old Mill Road to the Greenwich Land Trust. Attendees will hear about plans for the ongoing preservation of this historic four-acre site across the road from the Round Hill Store.

The property, once part of one of the Great Estates of Greenwich, will now be known as the Louise Mueller Preserve.

Then there will be an update from Community Impact Officer Mike Rooney from the Greenwich Police Department about the increase in the number of cyclists using backcountry roads. Officer Rooney will review bike safety rules for the benefit of motorists and cyclists and will also address any incidents of burglary in the neighborhood area.

Finally, Greenwich’s Department of Health Laboratory Director Douglas Serafin will talk about well water safety in town. The laboratory is licensed by the Connecticut Department of Public Health to perform a wide range of environmental and clinical services necessary for the promotion and advancement of community health, including well water testing.

The forum will also include a “sneak peek preview” of the New Round Hill Association website with an interactive neighborhood emergency map, which will allow residents to share information about storm damage in the area .

The website is set to launch soon and several pages will be unveiled at the forum.

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