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Eddie A. Perez

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  • 7/1/2012-Corrupticut USA

    7/1/2012-Corrupticut USA
    Thank God for Illinois. Why do I say that? Because if it weren't for them, Connecticut would be the most corrupt state in the union. As it is, we certainly have more corrupt politicians per square mile, mainly because Illinois is huge. John Rowland,...
  • Episcopal Diocese Puts Hartford Headquarters On The Market

    Episcopal Diocese Puts Hartford Headquarters On The Market
    For more than a century, the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut has been headquartered in Hartford, the last six decades in a West End mansion that was a gift from the daughter of a wealthy local attorney. But now, the diocese appears ready to break with...
  • Hartford Mayor's Office Urges Staff To 'Speak With Single Voice'

    The administration of Mayor Pedro Segarra, who has pledged transparency at city hall since taking over Hartford's top job more than two years ago, has instructed department heads to check in with his office before speaking to the media. In an e-mail...
  • Appellate Court Sets Former Mayor's Appeal Hearing For January

    A hearing on an appeal from former Hartford Mayor Eddie A. Perez has been scheduled for January. Perez's appeal to Appellate Court is expected to be heard sometime between Jan. 2 and 23, according to a court docket listing cases for next month. An...
  • Gov. Malloy Open To Having NHL Hockey Back In Hartford

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Monday he is talking to investors seeking to bring an NHL franchise to Hartford, but he emphasized the return of hockey remains a remote possibility. "I have spoken to individuals who have expressed a desire to bring a team...
  • Former Hartford Mayor Perez's Appeal Scheduled For Feb. 19

     Former Hartford Mayor Perez's Appeal Scheduled For Feb. 19
    Former Mayor Eddie Perez's appeal of his June 2010 convictions on bribery and other charges is scheduled for Feb. 19 at 10 a.m., according to an appellate court clerk. Perez, 54, will appear in front of a three-judge panel, according to Rhonda Stearley-...
  • GOP's Roraback Among Malloy's 15 Nominees For Superior Court Judge

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy nominated 15 new Superior Court judges Thursday, including prominent Republican Andrew Roraback among the familiar names in the political and legal worlds. Many people had considered Roraback the Republican Party's best chance to...
  • DeStefano: 'You Leave When They Want You To Stay'

    DeStefano: 'You Leave When They Want You To Stay'
    Mayor John DeStefano, an outspoken political survivor and the longest-serving leader in the city's history, smiled Tuesday as he reflected on his 10 terms leading the Elm City and seemed at peace with his decision against trying to make it to 11. "You...
  • Lawyer: Former Hartford Mayor Perez Deserves Two New Trials

     Lawyer: Former Hartford Mayor Perez Deserves Two New Trials
    Former Mayor Eddie A. Perez's lawyer reiterated his argument Tuesday that Perez's bribery and extortion cases should not have been combined, and that as a result the jury was unfairly prejudiced against Perez. Evidence from both cases was shown to the...
  • Honeymoon Is Over For Hartford Mayor, Council

     Honeymoon Is Over For Hartford Mayor, Council
    The nine city council members sworn in at the start of 2012 spent their first year largely in step with Mayor Pedro Segarra. The council approved numerous proposals set forth by the mayor, and both sides communicated regularly on major issues, from...
  • Hartford Councilman Proposes Ban On Use Of City Credit Cards

    Councilman Kenneth Kennedy on Monday introduced a proposal that would ban the use of all city purchasing cards or credit cards used by city employees for travel, dining and other expenses. Kennedy said he made the proposal after reviewing some...