Angelo Pucci

Housing Authority Receives Tax Credit Award

The Housing Authority of the Town of Greenwich (HATG) was recently notified that it was awarded almost $10.5 million in tax credits from the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA), which is the allocating agency for the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program in Connecticut. CHFA provides tax credits to developers who best meet the State’s criteria and goal of providing affordable housing to residents. The proceeds from the sale of credits, to investors, will contribute $10.5 million in equity towards the $22 million gut rehabilitation of 42 apartments at Armstrong Court. The 144-unit Armstrong Court redevelopment project will consist of at least 4 phases. Phase 1, construction of 18 new townhomes is near completion. Phase 2, rehabilitation of three of the six existing buildings totaling 42 units starts construction in late summer. Phase3, a single large building of 42 units will start construction in the fall. Each phase of development is expected to take approximately 12 months, and no existing residents will be relocated outside of the property, Phases 1 through 3 represents an investment of $54 million at Armstrong Court. read more...

Obituary: Caroline Frano

Caroline Frano, of Cos Cob, passed away Sunday, Feb. 9. She was 81. Born in Greenwich on May 24, 1938 to Angelo and Anna Pucci; Caroline attended Greenwich schools graduating from Greenwich High School Class of 1956. Caroline was very involved in the community, serving as the District 8 Chairperson on the RTM board, as well as many other associations. read more...

Obituary: Connie Lockwood

Connie Lockwood, 79, of Greenwich, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family on Saturday, Aug. 24. She was the wife of the late Floyd Lockwood. Connie was born in Greenwich on Aug. 31, 1939 to the late Sebestiano and Frances Turturino Pucci.
Connie was the loving and devoted mother, friend and confidant to her sons; Mark (Gina) and Dwayne (Rosemarie) Lockwood, all of Greenwich. She was the proud grandmother to Lauren and Nicholas. Connie is also survived by her siblings RoseAnn Heil, and Angelo and Ronald Pucci, as well as many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws and friends. read more...

Obituary: Christina Pucci

Christina Anne Pucci passed away at home on Saturday, June 1, 2019 surrounded by family and friends. Affectionately known as “Bean” to her family, she was born Feb. 11, 1989 at Norwalk Hospital to parents Sandee Gelven and Angelo Pucci. Christina was known for her undeniable love that touched all who knew her. She would be the first to offer a kind smile and a helping hand to those who needed it. She found longtime friends all over the country on her adventures to find good music and new experiences. Though her time on this earth was cut short, she lived her life how she wanted and did more than most people do in a lifetime. Christina graduated from Greenwich High School in 2007 where she was an active member of the band. She attended Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Fla. majored in Environmental Studies and graduated with her Bachelors in 2011. Christina always had a passion for gardening and on her move to Denver, Colo. she completed her Master Gardener Certification in 2018, which served her in her daily responsibilities as Landscape Supervisor at Lane Gardens in Denver. read more...