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As a result of the soil remediation project, the Byram pool will be closed for the 2015 beach season. The funding for the soil remediation will be appropriated on July 1, 2015. The remediation project will take place during the summer months.
RBV: The Treasure Hunt for CT's Healthiest Streams!
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection River Bioassessment by Volunteers Program is an annual assessment of the water quality of local streams performed by volunteers. This years results from samples collected by IWWA staff from a segment of the East Branch Byram River found the water quality to be among the healthiest. Read the full report. Consider volunteering this fall. Contact the IWWA staff for more details.
Laurel House, Inc. will be hosting its 3rd annual Derby Dinner Dance - Champions for Recovery, on Saturday May 2, 2015 at the Woodway Country Club in Darien. This year’s event celebrates Laurel House’s success in helping people with mental illness get jobs, go to school, secure housing and engage in the community.
Alan D. Barry, Ph.D., Commissioner of Social Services, Town of Greenwich is being honored as the 2015 Champion for Recovery.
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The draft version of the first five chapters of the proposed Harbor Management Plan is available for public comment. Please forward comments to Harbor Management Commission Chairman Frank Mazza. A public hearing will be scheduled in the near future.
The First Selectman and several Town Departments have submitted responses to the the proposal of Eversource to construct a substation at 290 Railroad Avenue. These letters can be accessed by clicking here.
The Greenwich Youth Conservation Program (GYCP) is accepting applications for its summer job program through May 1. The GYCP will offer 112 Greenwich teens ages 14-15 for a unique “first job” opportunity learning teamwork and employment skills while enhancing the town’s environment. 2015 is the GYCP’s 37th year of “Teens Working for a Greener Greenwich.”