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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Is Hartford doing better?

    Is Hartford doing better?
     Mayor Pedro Segarra gave a rosy picture of Hartford’s progress at a talk Tuesday before the MetroHartford Alliance, the area’s chamber of commerce. Is the mayor right that Hartford is doing better than it was a year ago? What’s your...
  • Nieve cesará el miércoles temprano; desciende aire del Ártico

    Nieve cesará el miércoles temprano; desciende aire del Ártico
    Connecticut se preparó para las temperaturas frígidas del miércoles por la mañana según una tormenta de nieve fue motivo para que miles de vuelos fueran cancelados y oficinas gubernamentales y escuelas cerraran desde Virginia hasta Nueva Inglaterra...
  • Downtown Hartford Offering Dining Discounts For Gymnastics Fans

    Downtown Hartford Offering Dining Discounts For Gymnastics Fans
    Looking to spot a top Olympic athlete out and about in Downtown Hartford this weekend? Have we got a tip for you!  Agave Grill, Max Downtown, Salute, DISH Bar and Grill, Feng Asian Bistro, and City Steam Brewery Café are great places to fulfill your dream...
  • Another Hartford Audit Confirms Culture Of Sloppiness

    Yet another audit indicates that Hartford's finance department is like a car that is not running on all cylinders. Mayor Pedro Segarra may need to take it to a new mechanic. A recently released audit of the department's payroll unit by chief auditor H....
  • Shooting Deaths Highlight Need To Ban Underage Parties At Bars

    Shooting Deaths Highlight Need To Ban Underage Parties At Bars
    The recent shooting death of yet another young man outside a downtown Hartford night spot gives additional reason to change the law on so-called 18-and-over parties in bars. It's now OK for those 18, 19 and 20 years old to patronize night clubs, as long...
  • Treasurer's Connections With Broker Don't Look Good

    Federal authorities were in Hartford last week looking for documents and communications between the city and an insurance broker, Hybrid Insurance Group, which, it is alleged, failed to pay nearly $670,000 in premiums to two carriers for school board...
  • Ex-Aide's Car Issue Exemplifies City Hall's Culture Of Sloppiness

    Ex-Aide's Car Issue Exemplifies City Hall's Culture Of Sloppiness
    When Jared Kupiec resigned last month as Mayor Pedro Segarra's chief of staff, Mr. Segarra saw it as an opportunity to rebuild and restructure his administration. We urge him to do that; specifically, to find someone with a sharp pencil and a green...
  • Hartford Board Rejects Contract Extension For Kishimoto

    Hartford Board Rejects Contract Extension For Kishimoto
    The school board Tuesday night rejected Superintendent Christina Kishimoto's request for a two-year contract extension that would have kept her in charge of Hartford's education reform efforts through mid-2016. Mayor Pedro Segarra said that he was "very...
  • Politicians, experts talk on “Power of the Hispanic Market”

     
    Just a day before the kickoff of the Career Expo in the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA)  presents “Power of the Hispanic Market,” an event that will feature political and business...
  • Time To Bring Car-Sharing Service To Downtown Hartford?

    With the University of Connecticut moving its Greater Hartford campus to downtown Hartford, and with a handful of new residential developments on the drawing board, already challenging traffic and parking problems could get worse. One way to help...
  • 'Little Things' Loom Large In City Quality Of Life

    Any experienced city official knows the so-called "little things" — removing graffiti, picking up trash, fixing ramshackle buildings, reducing excessive noise — can improve even the most distressed urban neighborhoods. Hartford Police Chief...