New minutes in place for controversial meeting

The Board of Estimate and Taxation approved a new set of minutes for a meeting which a state judge said was improperly closed to the public.

The Board of Education, in a separate meeting, cast two votes to approve the minutes, but most of its members either abstained or were not eligible to weigh in on the matter.

At its meeting Wednesday, the BET added a more expansive account of a meeting it held in February of 2013, during which a consultant with an environmental firm, AECOM, laid out three potential scenarios to clean up contaminated soil at Greenwich High School. Continue>>>