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Khara Dodds has joined the city staff as the new planning director, replacing Roger O’Brien. O’Brien was terminated in August on the heels of a comprehensive review that the city performed of his department. City officials have not said what specifically led to the termination (though he [...]
Last weekend, we reported that the city has hired a consultant to help recover as much as $27 million in reimbursements from the state for school construction projects, some of which date back to 2003 (and earlier).
Program managers for the 20 projects that the city is still seeking reimbursements on — which include [...]
Our colleague Ken Gosselin reports today that the city has proposed “Downtown North” — a city-owned, three-acre plot of land — as the new site for the University of Connecticut campus that is being relocated from West Hartford. The city would lease the parcel for $1 a year.
From Gosselin’s post:
“A university presence [...]
By Jenna Carlesso
Like most journalists, we at The Courant strive for accuracy in our reporting.
Last Monday, I wrote a story about large budget deficits projected for the coming years in Hartford. (Read it here.) After it ran, I heard it had ruffled some feathers (including those of Mayor Pedro Segarra). So on Wednesday, after [...]
Anyone who has driven down Huyshope Avenue in recent years has probably noticed the transformation of the Colt Gateway.
There are dozens of apartments almost fully occupied and more units to come. One of the complex’s major tenants is the Capitol Region Education Council, which operates the relatively new Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts [...]
Many residents and property owners from the city’s Parkville neighborhood turned up at the city council meeting Monday to speak out against a proposal to sell city land for the purpose of creating a Stop & Shop gas station. The half-acre vacant lot is located at the intersection of New Park Avenue and Francis [...]
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