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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Time To Heat Up Hartford's Mayoral Election

    Time To Heat Up Hartford's Mayoral Election
    The 2014 campaign is over! Even the sketchy-looking Hartford results have been posted on the secretary of the state's website. Personally, I do not think those absentee ballots from Ivana Tinkle and Jacques Strappe should have been counted, but you know...
  • Hartford's Winterfest Opens Friday In Bushnell Park

    Hartford's Winterfest Opens Friday In Bushnell Park
    HARTFORD — The city is gearing up for its annual winter festival, a frosty favorite designed to draw more people downtown on nights and weekends. Winterfest, which last year brought more than 100,000 people from across the state, will open for the...
  • Segarra Made Downtown North Pitch To CRDA

    Segarra Made Downtown North Pitch To CRDA
    Last week, my colleague Dan Haar reported that Mayor Pedro Segarra planned to seek a meeting with state officials in the hope of gaining financing for projects north of downtown. Segarra said he had not spoken to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy about financing...
  • Focus On Fixing Hartford Flood Control System

    Focus On Fixing Hartford Flood Control System
    This question demands an immediate answer: How effective is Hartford's aging flood control system? It was raised in an Aug. 13 letter from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to city engineer Constantin Banciulescu in which the Corps rated the city's...
  • Segarra To Seek Meeting With State About Neighborhood North Of Downtown

    Segarra To Seek Meeting With State About Neighborhood North Of Downtown
    Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra said this week that would seek a meeting with state officials in the hope of gaining financing for projects north of downtown. Segarra said he had not spoken with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy about financing for the development....
  • Registrar Snafu Should Prompt Long-Overdue Changes

    Registrar Snafu Should Prompt Long-Overdue Changes
    Now Mayor Pedro Segarra thinks the Hartford registrars of voters' office needs "a major overhaul"? When didn't it? Mr. Segarra, appearing Sunday on WFSB's "Face the State" program, acknowledged that the office had been plagued with problems for years,...
  • Malloy: No 'Meaningful' Cuts In Business Aid

    Malloy: No 'Meaningful' Cuts In Business Aid
    Severely hoarse and running late, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy talked about one of his least controversial policies at the monthly breakfast of the MetroAlliance in Hartford Tuesday: helping new companies start up. He then left without taking questions from...
  • Dan Haar: Union Guarantees Still Up In Air For Hartford's Downtown North Project

    Dan Haar: Union Guarantees Still Up In Air For Hartford's Downtown North Project
    One of the most important questions about the $350 million Hartford Downtown North project — how much of the construction work will be guaranteed for union labor — remains up in the air as the city council prepares to hand Mayor Pedro...
  • Hartford Stadium Plan Heading To Council Vote Tuesday

     Hartford Stadium Plan Heading To Council Vote Tuesday
    HARTFORD — The city council is poised to vote Tuesday on a series of proposals related to a $350 million development project north of downtown that includes a new stadium for the New Britain Rock Cats. The council's operations, management,...
  • Hartford To Investigate Election Problems

    Hartford To Investigate Election Problems
    HARTFORD — The city will launch an investigation into Election Day problems at Hartford polls and consider broad reform for the registrars of voters' office. The council approved two measures on Wednesday aimed at finding out what caused delays of...
  • Investigadores trabajan por determinar cómo murió bombero de la ciudad

    Investigadores trabajan por determinar cómo murió bombero de la ciudad
    Investigadores trabajaban el miércoles por determinar la causa del incendio del martes en el 598 Avenida Blue Hills, cómo murió el bombero Kevin Bell y el bombero Jason Martínez resultara quemado en el fuego. Bell, 48, un veterano de seis años, servía en...