Lamont

Tax Collector Announces Approval of Tax Deferment Program

On April 20, the Representative Town Meeting voted to approve the Tax Deferment program as recommended by Greenwich Tax Collector Heather Smeriglio. The program set forth by Governor Lamont’s Executive Order 7S, would allow eligible taxpayers, businesses, nonprofits and residents a deferment by ninety (90) days of any taxes on real property, personal property, motor vehicle and municipal sewer charges and assessments from the day they are due. read more...

Lamont Signs Executive Order Providing Residential Rent Protections

Governor Ned Lamont announced he has signed an executive order that enacts a series of protections for residential renters struggling to pay their housing costs during the COVID-19 emergency, ensuring that they will not be evicted during this nationwide crisis and receive grace periods over the next several months. The order also extends all previously enacted closures, distancing, and safety measures – including for schools, restaurants, bars, retail stores, gyms, and other establishments – through at least May 20, 2020. In addition, it permits food trucks to operate at certain highway rest areas, and also modifies educator certification testing. read more...

Beethoven 2020 UPDATE

In response to directives from Governor Lamont and the Superintendent of Schools in Greenwich, “Beethoven 2020!” at the GHS Performing Arts Center this Saturday, March 14, has been postponed. We hope to reschedule both the March 14 and April 25 concerts once it is safe to do so. Check the Greenwich Choral Society web-site for updates: ghs-ct.org. read more...