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New York News
10:05 pm
Tue June 24, 2014

Upstate NY Village Votes Down Dissolution

Residents  of Greenwich, New York are keeping their village. By a vote of 281 to 203, residents voted down a measure that would have dissolved the village. The Village of Greenwich is located in New York's Washington County. 

New York News
2:49 pm
Mon June 23, 2014

Greenwich To Vote On Village Dissolution

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On Tuesday voters in the Washington County village of Greenwich will head to the polls to decide whether to dissolve their local government.

The southern Washington County village founded in 1809 is located within the town of Greenwich. A small part of the village lies in neighboring Easton.

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New York News
3:27 pm
Fri April 4, 2014

Washington County Residents Ponder Village Dissolutions

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Peter Gregg, a resident of the village of Greenwich in Washington County loves where he lives. He likened it to living in a Norman Rockwell painting.

“But the problem is that the taxes are too high,” said Gregg. “There’s a Town of Greenwich tax and a Village of Greenwich tax.”

Gregg said the taxes are “penalizing” to village residents.

Gregg, who edits the local newspaper The Greenwich Journal, recently submitted a petition to the village board to dissolve the village government.

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The Roundtable
11:12 am
Tue August 6, 2013

Easton Mountain Retreat Center

    The Easton Mountain Retreat Center is an LGBTQ retreat center in Greenwich, New York. Part of Easton's mission as a non-profit organization is to work towards peace, nonviolence, and social justice and they are interested in cultivating the future leaders of America's gay rights movement.

Later this month, they will be holding their eighth consecutive summer program for LGBTQ youth, a four-day arts camp and leadership summit called Arts in the Woods. This weekend, they will also be holding a weekend-long LGBTQ music festival called Out in the Woods to fundraise for scholarships for disenfranchised young people to attend the camp.

John Stasio, Founder of Easton Mountain, and Wil Fisher, their Director of Youth Programming, join us to tell us more.