Meeting with Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Director Patricia Sesto

The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce welcomes Patricia Sesto, the new Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Director on Thursday, May 5, from 9-10 a.m., at the Greenwich Water Club, second floor.

Pat comes to Greenwich after serving as the director of Environmental Affairs in Wilton for 22 years. Conversations overheard in Town Hall lead to the conclusion that since Pat arrived in June, welcome innovative changes have already been implemented. Her major goal is to be to provide customer service while protecting and improving the environment.

The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce Government and Community Affairs committee is looking forward to connecting our members and constituents with insightful programs related to the Town of Greenwich. Areas identified as interest to our members are Parking, Wetlands, Planning and Zoning regulations and the future of Connecticut’s business industry.

This event is free, but space is limited to 80.

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at Sesto, head of Wilton’s Environmental Affairs department, stands on the boardwalk at the demonstration section of the Norwalk River Valley Trail’s Wilton Loop. The boardwalk, which runs about 150 feet, allows hikers, bikers, and cross-country skiers to use the trail without disturbing highly sensitive wetlands areas— Photo by Christopher Burns photo.

Patricia Sesto

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