Greenwich puts synagogue decision on hold

A proposal would build the synagogue in the

A proposal would build the synagogue in the Cos Cob section of town. (Credit: News 12 CT)

GREENWICH - There is no decision yet on a proposal to build a new synagogue in Greenwich.

At last night's Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, the town and synagogue members agreed to put off a decision for a month or two to give the town's attorney a chance to weigh in.

Some say they are concerned the plans would shift property lines.

An attorney for the synagogue said he agrees with giving the town more time to look over the plans.

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