Government Spending on the iQuilt Project

By , November 13, 2012 1:49 pm

After the quiet turnout for the Envisionfest back in September, there has been little in the way of news about the iQuilt Project. That does not mean it has been forgotten.

Tomorrow evening, there will be a forum on the advantages and disadvantages of government spending on this project. This event, presented by the Connecticut Policy Institute, will feature panelists such as Thomas Deller, who is Hartford’s relatively new Director of the Department of Development Services. Also on the panel: Alan Plattus from the Yale School of Architecture and Don Poland of the CT Partnership for Balanced Growth.

This event is slated to kick off at 5p.m. on November 14th at the Hartford Public Library. It should wrap up around 6:30.

One Response to “Government Spending on the iQuilt Project”

  1. Brooks says:

    Looking forward to this event…

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