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  • 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 registrars of voters.
  • Hartford Crafts New Plan To Save Money On Baseball Stadium Cost

    Hartford Crafts New Plan To Save Money On Baseball Stadium Cost
    HARTFORD — The city is moving to create a municipal authority to own and finance a $56 million minor league baseball stadium, a structure that city officials said would save millions of dollars during the life of the ballpark. The authority...

    Council Refers Stadium Authority Plan To Committee

    Council Refers Stadium Authority Plan To Committee
    The city council held a special meeting Monday to take up the proposal to form a municipal authority that would own and finance a $56 million minor league baseball stadium. For more on that, click here. The council voted 7-1 to refer the proposal to...

    Council Members Lacked Conviction On Stadium?

    Hartford council members David MacDonald, Larry Deutsch and Raul DeJesus all abstained during the vote on the stadium project [Oct. 15, Page 1, "Stadium Plan OK'd"]. MacDonald is concerned with the speed at which the project has moved and has doubts about...

    Hartford Council OKs Stadium Plan

    Hartford Council OKs Stadium Plan
    Hartford will press ahead with a sweeping development plan to bring housing, retail, a brewery and a 9,000-spectator minor league ballpark to long-vacant land north of downtown. The city council approved the $350 million project Tuesday, capping four...