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Greenwich RTM Approves Funds For Storm Damage

In addition the town's legislative body reportedly approved a 10-year lease extension between the town and the Mianus River Boat and Yacht Club for use of its clubhouse at 98 Strickland Road.

 

Following approval by the Board of Estimate and Taxation in December, the Greenwich Representative Town Meeting on Monday reportedly approved the release of $3.1 million for damage caused to town facilities during Hurricane Sandy.

Major repairs are needed at Greenwich Point, Island Beach, Great Captain's Island and Byram Beach Park, as well as the public marina at Grass Island, as a result of the October storm.

As per a report in the Greenwich Time, Karen Sadik-Khan, chairman of the RTM Parks and Recreation Committee, said repairs will begin March 1 with a goal of having the islands open by June 1.

The town will apply to the Federal Emergency Management Agency to cover any damage not covered under its marine insurance policy, according to the report. 

In addition the town's legislative body reportedly approved a 10-year lease extension between the town and the Mianus River Boat and Yacht Club for use of its clubhouse at 98 Strickland Road.

For more check out the Greenwich Time report.

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