"contamination" tag

GHS’ swamp has been a toxic dump for decades

The problems at Greenwich High School are not the result of a onetime infill of material.

Remediation needs to be done according to deed

When land for the 55-acre Greenwich High School (GHS) campus was assembled in the mid-1960s, the town of Greenwich (TOG) seized buildable land along Hillside Road using eminent domain powers and then purchased the surrounding wetlands, which were deed-restricted to remain forever in their natural state as “a green oasis.”

Town urges well water testing

The Greenwich Department of Health Laboratory is urging residents to perform annual well water analysis with a special $42 per test promotion.

Greenwich is not considering all the liabilities from contamination

Pursuant to SEC Act Rule 15c2-12, The Town of Greenwich (TOG) is required to disclose contingent liabilities regarding issuance of “MISA Construction Bonds.”

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