Julian Curtiss

First Selectman proclaims November as Greenwich Alliance for Education’s “Turkey Trot Fitness Challenge Month”

The Greenwich Alliance’s 10th annual Turkey Trot is REIMAGINED as a month-long community fitness challenge and encourages our community to get active. Look for Funky Turkey’s made by the Developing Artist grant program, register for your school to help win $500 prize, and post pictures using #GreenwichAllianceTurkeyTrot2020. Money raised supports Greenwich Alliance programs which fund innovation, expand opportunities, and inspire educators in the public schools.

RTM Resolution Criticizing Camillo, BET Appropriation Fails

A Sense of the Meeting Resolution criticizing First Selectman Fred Camillo and the Board of Estimate and Taxation for actions taken during the coronavirus pandemic failed to receive overwhelming support during the RTM’s meeting on Monday night, as it was defeated by a vote of 75 in favor, 138 against, with 16 abstentions. Last month, Camillo appropriated $100,000 to the Greenwich United Way as part of the town’s newly-formed COVID-19 Community Relief Fund. Due to the emergency situation and the need to act quickly on getting people help, the BET approved the funds, and Camillo did not seek RTM approval as is stated in the town charter.

Julian Curtiss Holds Gift Boutique

Julian Curtiss invites the community to its Spring Fling Gift Boutique on Saturday, April 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be a unique selection of gift items, raffles, food and refreshments. Participating vendors include a number of local businesses: Pinky’s, burb bakes, Classic Kids Photography, Moes Monkeys, Jolie Gotique, Grace Connell Designs, Stella & Dot, Cobs Bakery and more. read more...