Fenwick is set off from the town center of Old Saybrook by a large cove over a causeway. It is located exactly where the Connecticut River flows into Long Island Sound. The town has two lighthouses, the Inner and the Outer. There is also a single private beach about a quarter of a mile away from the lighthouse. The Inner is at the tip of Lynde Point, Fenwick's peninsula, and the Outer is a quarter mile off shore, connected by a rough jetty. The Outer Light is the lighthouse shown on many Connecticut license plates.
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The Special Act and the Borough Ordinances set forth the rules of governance. The following Commissions are appointed by the Board of Warden and Burgesses: Planning and Zoning Commission; Inland Wetlands Agency; Zoning Board of Appeals; Harbor Management Commission with a Harbor Master appointed by the Governor; Historic District Commission and Park Commission which maintains the park land including the public golf course. All of the Borough’s Commission and committee members are volunteers, and all must meet qualifications as required by law.
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Pamela ChristensenJonathan GengrasFrank KeeneyAnn PulverDavid SavinArthur Wright
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