This is Our Chance to Rethink Safe Streets and Public Spaces
Aglobal pandemic can change the way you look at things. In Greenwich, Connecticut, as with most places, restaurants and bars are shuttered now, schools are closed, and traffic is sparse as people stay home and maintain social distancing. But each weekday, as the sun comes up over the eerily tranquil streets of the historic downtown business district, First Selectman Fred Camillo is still heading to the office. Camillo works in the Town Hall, a public building that’s been off-limits to the public—and to most employees—since mid-March, when all of Connecticut entered a constantly evolving state of lockdown following an executive order by Governor Ned Lamont in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Greenwich Hand Surgeon Designs New Wrist...
Dr. Wolfe, a Greenwich resident, is chief emeritus of Hand and Upper Extremity Service at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York.