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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Feds Rate Condition Of Hartford's Levees And Flood Control System As 'Unacceptable'

    Feds Rate Condition Of Hartford's Levees And Flood Control System As 'Unacceptable'
    Federal inspectors have flunked the city of Hartford on its maintenance – or lack of it – on a massive system of levees, conduits and other installations that guard an estimated $1 billion worth of buildings and urban infrastructure from...
  • Segarra, Wooden Earn Thumbs Down

    Segarra, Wooden Earn Thumbs Down
    Thumbs still down on Hartford's handling of the registrar of voters mess. Mayor Pedro Segarra and city council president Shawn Wooden formed a council committee to investigate the registrars' election day screw-ups. The committee reported Friday what...
  • Interim Hartford Assistant Fire Chief Moves Down

    Interim Hartford Assistant Fire Chief Moves Down
    HARTFORD — Terry Waller, interim assistant chief of the Hartford Fire Department, returned to the line of duty as a deputy chief Wednesday. In a one sentence email sent from Fire Chief Carlos Huertas' office to members of the department...
  • Bronin To Challenge Segarra In Hartford

    Bronin To Challenge Segarra In Hartford
    HARTFORD — A former aide to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy emerged Wednesday as the first formal challenger to Mayor Pedro Segarra. Luke Bronin, who until recently served as Malloy's general counsel, has filed papers to form a candidate committee in pursuit...
  • Serious Crime Down In Hartford, Officials Say

    HARTFORD — Saying the city is the safest it has been in years, top Hartford officials on Monday announced a drop in serious crimes in 2014, including the lowest number of homicides reported in a decade. Nineteen people were slain in Hartford in...
  • Hartford Fire Department Task Force Discusses Goals

    Hartford Fire Department Task Force Discusses Goals
    HARTFORD —The task force created to look into disciplinary problems at the Hartford Fire Department and how it is handling the investigation into its first on-the-job death in 40 years met Tuesday to discuss how to accomplish its goals. Retired...
  • Citing Progress In Hartford, Segarra Seeks New Term As Mayor

    Citing Progress In Hartford, Segarra Seeks New Term As Mayor
    HARTFORD — Mayor Pedro Segarra announced his bid for a second term Monday, taking credit for a resurgence in city development, a drop in crime and a boost in overall morale. "I believe I've been a significant player in transforming the mood and...
  • City Opens Warming Centers As Severe Cold Hits Hartford

    City Opens Warming Centers As Severe Cold Hits Hartford
    The city of Hartford has opened five warming centers around the city as temperatures plunge below freezing this week, Mayor Pedro Segarra said. Tuesday's high in Hartford is expected to reach 22 degrees, while a low of -2 is forecasted for Wednesday,...
  • Thumbs Down On Fire Panel's Bad Start

    Thumbs Down On Fire Panel's Bad Start
    A heartfelt thumbs up to Stuart Scott, the great ESPN anchor who died Sunday after seven-year battle with cancer, and no heavyweight champion ever fought harder. Mr. Scott’s enthusiasm, style, intelligence and insight got the world to tune in to...
  • Councilman Cruz To Run For Mayor

    Councilman Cruz To Run For Mayor
    City Councilman Joel Cruz said Tuesday that he plans to run for mayor of Hartford. Cruz, 34, was appointed to the council in August 2012 to fill the seat of Luis Cotto, who had departed for Cambridge, Mass. Cruz is serving out the remainder of Cotto's...
  • 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...