Save the 1855 Italianate at 220 High Street

Save the 1855 Italianate at 220 High Street
Hartford, will you ever get it right? Of the many reasons people love Hartford, its history ranks high. Where else can you rent an apartment once owned by Isabella Beecher? Hartfordite Chill Will Griggs used to host Sunday Night Chess...
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Testimony by Kenneth J. Krayeske, Esq. Regarding the Applications filed by DoNo Hartford, LLC for January 8, 2015 public hearing.

At the outset, I would like to make some general comments about all of the proposed applications by DoNo Hartford, LLC, encompassing Parcels A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. Then, I will get into certain portions of certain...
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Without Freedom of Information, Cop Body Cams and Other Important Things, Like Democracy, Will Falter

The idea of body cameras for police officers recently gained popularity with power after the brutal deaths of people at the hands of police. Even conservative Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra has expressed an interest in body cameras. However, body cameras...
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Listen to Hartford Residents Shape their Visions For the City

Listen to Hartford Residents Shape their Visions For the City
Capital City residents registered their voices against automobile based development on Farmington Avenue at Hartford’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, Tuesday night, December 9, 2014. West End Civic Association member John Gale. Resident Jill Barrett. Neighborhood maven Steve Colangelo. Asylum...
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Hey Blockhead! Who You Calling “Stupid”?

Hey Blockhead! Who You Calling “Stupid”?
What’s the hubbub about an MIT economist who called out American voter “stupidity”? MIT Professor Jonathan Gruber made millions off of his computer model which simulated how the Congressional Budget Office would respond to the financial impacts of the Affordable...
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