Traffic concerns surround fireworks display at Tod's Point Beach in Greenwich

For the first time ever, Greenwich residents will be able to view the town's annual fireworks display at Tod's Point Beach. After a good deal of controversy, officials say they're all set for Saturday

News 12 Staff

Jul 3, 2006, 3:01 AM

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Traffic concerns surround fireworks display at Tod's Point Beach in Greenwich
For the first time ever, Greenwich residents will be able to view the town's annual fireworks display at Tod's Point Beach. After a good deal of controversy, officials say they're all set for Saturday night's display. Many people, however, are worried about traffic in the area. Only a very narrow access road leads to the beach and many people are worried about gridlock. Town leaders, however, say they are ready. "No parking" signs have been posted along nearby streets and Greenwich police have brought in floodlights and extra traffic barriers. First Selectman Jim Lash says about 40 more police officers will be out directing traffic and cracking down on illegal parking. The fireworks display is set to begin at 9:30 p.m. Related Information Fireworks Displays


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