GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich Town Planner Diane Fox is set to retire after 33 years of working for the town effective July 1, according to a report from Patch.com.
The Town of Greenwich announced Thursday, May 1, that Fox would retire after serving as Greenwich’s town planner and director of Planning and Zoning for 19 years, according to the Patch report.
Fox said in a statement she "takes pride in the two 10-year Plans of Conservation and Development (1998 and 2009), the Byram Comprehensive Plan, and the soon to be adopted Cos Cob Neighborhood Plans that she architected. All of these plans aim to provide the Town and its residents with a direction for future capital projects and goals," according to the Patch report.
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