Volunteers picked up trash, swept debris, and removed paint from the Matthew Furlong memorial in New Ross, County Wexford Park, also known as Heaven Skate Park. They said the amount of garbage was significantly less than in the past; the amount gathered after several months was less than one might have previously picked up during a single week. Continue reading 'Spring Cleaning at Heaven Skate Park'»
Fire-N-Spice, which has offered vegan food at its Sisson Avenue location, will be coming soon to the former Pantry space at 491 Capitol Avenue.
Joanne Berger-Sweeney, president of Trinity College
The ninth annual Samba Fest, produced by Trinity College in collaboration with Riverfront Recapture, breathed some life into the Riverfront Plaza Saturday afternoon with drum beats and the smell of pinchos and pastéis.
Face painting and instrument-making occupied the youth while various bands played, sometimes simultaneously, around the park.
A Samba parade merged the talents of several groups and anyone else who felt inspired to join in.
Continue reading 'Samba Fest 2015'»
Poor parking skills are honed over time. This driver has gotten a head start. Let’s look at all the violations:
- Facing the wrong direction on a one-way street
- Parking on the side where no parking is allowed
- Parallel parking is the norm. This driver tried angle parking, backwards no less
- Not even remotely near the curb
- Possible interfering with driveway access
The future promises to be exciting!
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The Mayor’s Office sent the following letter to prove that the superintendent was not “unaware” of the budget changes. Notice the date on this letter:
Letter to HPS Superintendent
However, the budget that the superintendent produced and presented to the Board of Education was dated April 7, 2015. That document can be read below.
FY15 16 Budget Book WEB Reduced
Mayor Segarra has released his recommended budget, saying “this Budget is fiscally prudent and accountable to all municipal stakeholders,” but there have been some questions as to how accountability is being defined.
Richard Wareing, Hartford Board of Education Chair, let known his displeasure with what he says are now confirmed rumors about Segarra’s “intent to use over $12m of the Board’s money to balance the City’s budget for FY 2015-16″ and an “approximately $3.5m in Board money to balance the FY 2014-15 budget.”
On this matter, Wareing says he was left in the dark, learning only through “informal sources within City Hall” that OPEB would be poached.
Wareing, in an email to Mayor Segarra, wrote: “I should have the courtesy of a call from you. If you have time for cocktails with Brad Davis and well-heeled contributors, you have time to call me to discuss matters which significantly impact the education of our children.” Continue reading 'Segarra’s Budget: “We’ve Accomplished A Lot Together”'»
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