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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • What If Leaders Took Pay Cuts?

    Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra is again asking for union concessions, just as in every budget preparation or contract renewal [April 2, Connecticut, "Unions Reject Segarra's Call For Concessions"]. When was the last time the management of the city gave a...
  • New Playground At Elizabeth Park Honors Sandy Hook Victim

    New Playground At Elizabeth Park Honors Sandy Hook Victim
    HARTFORD — In the six years of Ana's life, the brightest days with family were often at the "gigantic playground" that is Elizabeth Park, said her mother, Nelba Marquez-Greene. It was this land, on the border of Hartford and West Hartford, where...
  • Hartford City Council OKs New Chief Operating Officer

    Hartford City Council OKs New Chief Operating Officer
    HARTFORD — Darrell V. Hill, a former assistant city manager in Norfolk, Va., is expected to begin his new job as Hartford's chief operating officer in about two weeks, according to the mayor's office. The city council on Wednesday night approved...
  • Project Longevity Holds First Hartford 'Call-In'

    HARTFORD — Project Longevity, a program targeting violent criminals that was launched in the capital city last fall, held its first "call-in" meeting Tuesday night, putting law enforcement officials, social-service providers and community members...
  • Segarra's Request For Union Givebacks Met With Opposition

    Four unions — including two of the city's largest — have rejected Mayor Pedro Segarra's request for concessions, the city's acting chief operating officer said. Segarra was counting on $3 million in union givebacks to help balance this year'...
  • Hartford Plans $1M Renovation Of Bushnell Park Carousel

    Hartford Plans $1M Renovation Of Bushnell Park Carousel
    HARTFORD —The Bushnell Park Carousel is getting a big present for its 100th anniversary. The city said Tuesday it will spend $1 million on improvements to the carousel that will allow it to stay open year-round. "It's a special gift from the...
  • $900 diarios por una 'Asistente especial al Superintendente' en Hartford

    $900 diarios por una 'Asistente especial al Superintendente' en Hartford
    La nueva asistente especial a la junta escolar de la ciudad recibirá una remuneración de $900 por día hasta el 30 de junio, según el contrato de trabajo publicado el lunes. La Junta votó unánimemente el jueves por la noche nombrar a Jacqueline Jacoby,...
  • $900/Day For 'Special Assistant Superintendent' In Hartford

     $900/Day For 'Special Assistant Superintendent' In Hartford
    HARTFORD — The city school board's new special assistant will be paid at a rate of $900 per day through June 30, according to the employment agreement released Monday. The board voted unanimously Thursday night to appoint Jacqueline Jacoby, a...
  • Financing Set For Downtown Hartford's Largest Apartment Project

    Financing Set For Downtown Hartford's Largest Apartment Project
    Construction on the largest apartment project in downtown Hartford — the conversion of the former Bank of America tower — will begin next week after an $85 million financing package closed Friday. "This is a big day for me," Fairfield...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Saint Brigid Student Receives City And State Recognition

    On Tuesday, Feb. 25 at Hartford City Hall, friends and family, along with Principal Shevon Hickey and her husband, were in the audience as Saint Brigid's sixth-grade student Evan Thompson gave his speech on the impact of gun violence in the classroom at...
  • Segarra Names New Hartford COO

     Segarra Names New Hartford COO
    Mayor Pedro Segarra on Wednesday named Darrell V. Hill the city's new chief operating officer, replacing interim leader Albert G. Ilg. Hill is the first person to the fill the position on a permanent basis since David Panagore's departure in September...