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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS STUFF UP

An interesting call was broadcast on the HPD radio tonight. I am still shaking my head in disbelief

Tenants living in an apartment on Broad Street called in a no heat complaint to the HPD  Dispatch Center. I think by law a landlord has to maintain heat in an apartment at 68degrees for the tenants. The man and woman complaining reported that they had no heat in their apartment.

Apparently an officer was dispatched and upon further investigation he learned an amazing fact.  Sometime over the summer, the two tenants removed the radiators from the apartment and sold them as scrap  metal at a Hartford junk yard.

I wonder why they thought the heat wasn't working.

It appears as though the couple will be in heated quarters after the warrants are signed and served for their arrests for the theft.

I really would like to ask them what there were  thinking, stealing their  radiators and then having the nerve to call in a no heat complaint. Did they think no one would notice the pipes cut off in the floor where the radiators used to be?

And who says being a cop can't be fun?

HPD CRIME STATISTICS FOR WEEK ENDING 2-6-16

DUI CHECKPOINT FRIDAY

REVISED STADIUM AGREEMENT

HARTFORD PUBLIC HEARINGS SCHEDULED

OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 16, 2016

Councilpersons; Clarke, ConcepciĆ³n, Deutsch, Gale, and Jennings will represent the Council at a Public Hearing to be held in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building at 7:00 P.M., Tuesday, February 16, 2016.

1. ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING HARTFORD AS A SANCTUARY CITY. (MINORITY LEADER BERMUDEZ)
Referred to the Quality of Life and Public Safety Committee

2. ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE IV, SECTION 2-105 OF CODE DE CHANGING THE NAME OF METRO HARTFORD INFORMATION SERVICES TO METRO HARTFORD INNOVATION SERVICES. (MAYOR BRONIN)

3. ORDINANCE AMENDING AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A PUBLIC RECREATIONAL FACILITIES AUTHORITY FOR THE CITY OF HARTFORD AND AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF REAL PROPERTY TO SAID AUTHORITY. (MAYOR BRONIN) Replacement
Referred to the Operations, Management, Budget Committee and Government Accountability
Attest: John V. Bazzano
City Clerk
For more information on committee meeting date please contact the following:

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

FROM THE MAYOR'S FFICE

WEDNESDAY: MAYOR BRONIN TO CELEBRATE GRAND OPENING OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING AT LIBERTY GARDENS

 

— MEDIA ADVISORY—

 

(Feb. 9, 2016) Tomorrow morning, Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin will offer remarks at the Grand Opening Celebration and Ribbon-Cutting for Chrysalis Center Real Estate Corporation’s newest affordable housing initiative, Liberty Gardens.

 

Liberty Gardens is a 10-unit affordable apartment building for families. Funding for the historic preservation project was provided by various state agencies. In addition, the Corporation received $400,000 in financing from the City of Hartford’s HOME funds to rehabilitate vacant, historic buildings.

 

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WHO: Mayor Bronin

WHAT: Grand Opening Ribbon-Cutting Celebration of Liberty Gardens
WHEN:
Wednesday, February 10, 2016, 9:45 a.m.

WHERE: Liberty Gardens, 272 Garden Street, Hartford