Greenwich, CT, Considers Creation of Harbor Commission Greenwich is “ahead of the curve” in waterfront management, according to the head of Stamford’s Harbor Management Commission, even as the town explores whether it should have its own commission.

“You were way ahead of the curve in getting the act in 1949 and then modified in ’55, allowing you to establish areas for moorings and anchorages and set speed limits in those areas and address other issues,” said Raymond Redniss, referring to the 1949 act by the state Legislature giving Greenwich selectmen authority over boat moorings in town waters. “What I see is that you have a very big head start.”

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