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Contact: Thomas Byrne

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The RTM is the legislative body of the town, with its powers vested by the Town Charter. It has the authority to:

  • Approve all expenditures by the town over $5000;
  • Approve, reduce, and eliminate appropriations;
  • Approve or reject nominations to town bodies as made by the selectmen decide whether the town shall accept federal or state funds for town projects;
  • Create special committees to deal with particular subjects such as labor contracts, claims, and redistricting;
  • Pass "sense of the meeting" resolutions urging that other branches of government initiate desired legislation, or expressing disapproval of actions that have been taken; act as the final planning authority on municipal improvements;
  • Initiate and pass ordinances.

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Important Notice from the Town Of Greenwich
Water Faucet
The Town of Greenwich Board of Selectmen adopted new water restrictions that focus on restricting water use for outdoor irrigation and are in keeping with the Emergency Water Supply Order recently issued by the CT Department of Public Health. The new restrictions recognize that reservoir levels are improving but are still below average.