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Pedro E. Segarra

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  • Thumbs Up For Cedar Mountain, Down For Segarra

    Thumbs Up For Cedar Mountain, Down For Segarra
    A thumbs up for the residents and conservationists in Newington who battled successfully to preserve picturesque Cedar Mountain as open space. Mayor Stephen Woods recently announced that the national home construction firm Toll Brothers was dropping its...
  • Segarra Claim About Challenger's Voting Record Falls Flat

    Segarra Claim About Challenger's Voting Record Falls Flat
    HARTFORD — Months before the city's Democratic primary, Mayor Pedro Segarra's re-election campaign let loose in an attack email this week that claimed challenger Luke Bronin had not voted in the 2013 Hartford municipal election. The claim was part...
  • Connecticut Mayors Enter Fray Over Export-Import Bank

    WASHINGTON — Several Connecticut mayors have joined their counterparts in dozens of cities across the nation in urging congressional leaders to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank, a government agency that makes it easier for American companies to...
  • New Sheff Agreement Offers More Magnet, 'Open Choice' Seats

    New Sheff Agreement Offers More Magnet, 'Open Choice' Seats
    HARTFORD — A new agreement in the Sheff v. O'Neill case will allow another thousand┬ácity students to enroll in magnet programs as part of the state's court-ordered efforts to limit racial isolation in Hartford public schools, an attorney for the...
  • New Coney Island Exhibit Inspires Lively Party At Atheneum

    New Coney Island Exhibit Inspires Lively Party At Atheneum
    What's better than one reason to party in the middle of winter's cabin fever season? Two reasons! And that was what was happening at a refreshingly, rambunctious party at the Wadsworth Atheneum Thursday as major supporters of the downtown museum...
  • Mayoral Candidate Slams Hartford Plan To Hire PR Firm

    Mayoral Candidate Slams Hartford Plan To Hire PR Firm
    HARTFORD -- Democratic mayoral challenger Luke Bronin Monday criticized Mayor Pedro Segarra for moving to hire a marketing and public relations consultant to enhance the city's image during an election year. Bronin questioned the city's Feb. 3...
  • Refrigerators, Garbage: Issues That Cost City Firefighter New Job

     Refrigerators, Garbage: Issues That Cost City Firefighter New Job
    HARTFORD — Among the complaints Hartford Fire Chief Carlos Huertas had about a lieutenant's short-lived reign as the department's spokesman were that he failed to make sure garbage cans were emptied and the refrigerator was working, documents...
  • Bushnell Tower Apartment Make Over, Simple, Comfortable

    Bushnell Tower Apartment Make Over, Simple, Comfortable
    Local realty listings are littered with McMansions. Those who once opted for bigger-is-better now find that less-is-more fits their need and many have re-discovered urban living. For Robin Jaffee Frank and husband Robert Frank, Robin's appointment as...
  • Hartford Stadium Decision Only Quasi-Public, Quasi-Sensible

    Hartford Stadium Decision Only Quasi-Public, Quasi-Sensible
    OK, we don't trust you again. By "you," I mean Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra and the city council majority leaders who met during Monday night's storm to pass a law creating the Hartford Stadium Authority. Last June, Segarra and other city leaders...
  • Hartford Would Lose $2.6M In Malloy Plan

    Hartford Would Lose $2.6M In Malloy Plan
    HARTFORD — Hartford would lose about $2.6 million in state aid under Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed biennial budget. The city is getting $255.91 million in state aid this year and would receive about $253.32 in 2016 and 2017, according to...
  • Hartford Fire Department Task Force Examines Training

    Hartford Fire Department Task Force Examines Training
    HARTFORD — The task force charged with examining operations at the Hartford Fire Department and its handling of the death in October of a firefighter in the line of duty focused its discussion on firefighter training Thursday at city hall. The...