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  • Mayor's Office Called Second Private Meeting On Violence, Attendees Say

    Mayor's Office Called Second Private Meeting On Violence, Attendees Say
    Mayor Pedro Segarra took some heat for arranging a closed-door meeting with community leaders, clergy members and city councilmen in late May to address a recent spike in city violence. Attendees of that meeting, held May 29 at city hall, now say...
  • Hartford Municipal ID Program To Begin In September

    Hartford Municipal ID Program To Begin In September
    HARTFORD — Undocumented immigrants, the homeless and other city residents will have better access to city services starting in September, when officials roll out a new municipal identification card program. The city council on Monday approved...
  • Deal Reached Allowing City To Dip Into Hartford Schools Account

    Deal Reached Allowing City To Dip Into Hartford Schools Account
    HARTFORD — City and school leaders, locked for weeks in a dispute over millions of dollars in a special district account, said they have reached a tentative deal that would allow Mayor Pedro Segarra to use $13 million from the fund to balance his...
  • Hartford Council Decides Not To Appeal Judge's Registrars Ruling

    Hartford Council Decides Not To Appeal Judge's Registrars Ruling
    HARTFORD — The city council won't appeal a judge's decision that bars it from removing the registrars of voters, who came under fire after problems on Election Day caused some city polling places to open late. Council members voted unanimously...
  • Segarra's $534M Budget: No Layoffs, No Tax Increase

    Segarra's $534M Budget: No Layoffs, No Tax Increase
    HARTFORD — With a heavily contested election on the horizon, Mayor Pedro Segarra on Monday unveiled a $533.8 million spending plan for 2015-16 that includes no layoffs and keeps the tax rate flat. The plan includes $12.8 million in cuts spread over...
  • Hartford GOP Registrar Says She'll Serve Remainder Of Term

    Hartford GOP Registrar Says She'll Serve Remainder Of Term
    HARTFORD — The city's Republican registrar of voters said Wednesday that she will serve the remainder of her term, one day after a judge ruled that the city council can't remove her from her job. The council had sought to remove the city's three...
  • City Council OKs Proposals On Stadium, Registrars

    City Council OKs Proposals On Stadium, Registrars
    HARTFORD — The city council approved two key proposals Monday, one that allows the city to create a municipal authority to finance a $56 million minor league baseball stadium, and another that starts the process for removing the city's three...
  • Dillon Stadium's Pro Soccer Saga

    Dillon Stadium's Pro Soccer Saga
    Hartford city leaders have been strongly criticized for negotiating the Downtown North baseball stadium development project in secret. They weren't much better with another sports project underway in the city, the redevelopment of Dillon Stadium for...
  • Hartford Redevelopment Group Transfers Land In Downtown North

    Hartford Redevelopment Group Transfers Land In Downtown North
    HARTFORD — A plan to develop vacant land north of downtown cleared a hurdle Wednesday when the Hartford Redevelopment Agency voted to transfer two properties to the city for use in the project. Three members backed the transfer, with one...
  • Hartford To Pay 8 Percent Annually For Stadium Project

    Hartford To Pay 8 Percent Annually For Stadium Project
    HARTFORD — The city would pay $3.77 million annually for the first five years it leases a minor league baseball stadium that is part of a sweeping redevelopment plan, according to projections in city documents and the developer's plan. For the...
  • Hartford Mayor Vows Kupiec's Arrest Won't Degrade Public's Confidence

     Hartford Mayor Vows Kupiec's Arrest Won't Degrade Public's Confidence
    Mayor Pedro Segarra said Wednesday that although he was at first "extremely angry" about the actions of Jared Kupiec, his former chief of staff, he won't let Kupiec's arrest sway the public's trust in city hall, something he's worked to rebuild. "We...