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Information of Interest

Several of our own King-Merritt residents hold District 10 seats on the RTM (Representative Town Meeting).

The RTM is the legislative body of the Town of Greenwich government . We are fortunate to be represented by King-Merritt residents Alberto Ferrer, David Detjen, John Mastracchio, Gina Furano, and Dora Williams in District 10. Their efforts are greatly appreciated by the King-Merritt Community.


The Town of Greenwich has ordinances relating to noise and the times contruction work can be conducted:

Construction is allowed between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm Monday through Friday. On Saturday, it is allowed from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, and construction is not allowed at all on Sundays. There are other ordinances relating to noise with regard to lawn and power-tools, as well as leaf blowers.

Futher information about specific town ordinances related to noise


Aircraft Noise

Although current flight plans are extremely favorable to our location, aircraft noise is an important issue that King-Merritt Community, Inc keeps careful tabs on. Members of the King-Merritt association's board regularly attend pertinent meetings and stay on top of current information regarding aircraft noise and the possible flight pattern changes.

Occasionaly, flights veer off their appropriate flight paths and need to be reported. If you do hear excessive noise, there is something you can do to help. If you and your neighbors call and report the noise, the airport will look into any flight deviations and pay closer attention to the matter.
The Airport Noise Report Phone Number is:

914-939-8484.

or you can file a report online at:

http://airport.westchestergov.com/about-us/environmental-management-system/noise-complaint-form

Online Report!

Every report or call makes a difference!


Airport Air-Quality Concerns

Please report incidents of jet fuel aroma to Westchester County Airport Environmental Manager, Michael Parletta, at:

914-995-4858

Goose Management

As part of its two-year pilot demonstration on non-lethal goose control, the Town of Greenwich is coordinating a town-wide effort to reduce the number of resident Canada geese through a population stabilization program. The town has implemented plans to help with this problem; the latest involves a combination of dog patrols and oiling the eggs in an attempt to relocate the geese. Denise Savageau, Director of the Conservation Commission, was a guest speaker at the 2007 King-Merritt Community annual meeting and shared many interesting facts about the program with the residents. For more information on this program and how you can participate, contact:

Conservation Commission
Town of Greenwich
(203) 622-6461