An Amtrak train got stuck – reportedly for over four hours – in Cos Cob, Conn. Tuesday, and passengers sounded off about it on Twitter.
A local official said the opposition has nothing to do with religion but is instead out of concern that a community gathering spot could impact safety and increase traffic on local roads.
It’s not clear if a string break-ins in Greenwich are a connected, but there appears to be a pattern developing there.
The Greenwich Planning and Zoning Commission granted approval for a planned new synagogue in a residential area of Cos Cob and opponents plan to challenge the decision in court.
The plan calling for building a synagogue in a residential area of the Cos Cob section of Greenwich will go before the Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday evening.
Some have complained about the Greenwich Reform Synagogue’s plans for a large new sanctuary, religious school, and social hall. The initial proposal was for a 20,000-square-foot space.
Three times in the past few months, vandals have taken American flags from the bridge over the Mianus River. Greenwich officials hoped the installation of a surveillance camera would help nab the theives.
On July 3rd, police say vandals destroyed several American flags flying on either side of the Mianus River Bridge in Greenwich. That was bad enough.
The bridges are in Greenwich (Cos Cob) and Milford-Stratford (over the Housatonic River), as well as Norwalk and Westport. They are over 100-years-old.
Higher fares are always a possibility, but many believed they were off the table for the New Haven Line when the state’s unions decided to play ball in a package of concessions for the state budget.
Flood watches are in effect across much of Connecticut and the Northeast as rain moves in and threatens to raise already swollen waterways out of their banks.
It seems that things have gotten better on Metro-North’s New Haven Line this week.