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(July 8, 2013) On Tuesday morning, Mayor Pedro E Segarra will join Judge Raymond Norko of Hartford Community Court, Police Chief James Rovella, CEO of the Metro Hartford Alliance Oz Griebel, CEO of Hartford Public Library Matt Poland and members of Hartford 2000 for a news conference to launch Hartford 2000’s Quality of Life Initiative. The Quality of Life Initiative is a collaborative effort involving residents, businesses, Police, city departments, and other community stakeholders to enforce neighborhood standards throughout the City of Hartford. The standards include tools to encourage mutual respect throughout all communities in Hartford, enhanced efforts by the Hartford Police Department, implementing an anti-litter campaign, and the launch of a series of “Community Conversations” in August and September of this year.
Shortly afterward, Mayor Segarra will join members of the Christian Activities Council and give remarks for “Adventures in the City,” a summer academic enrichment program that encourages students to remain school. This year’s theme is “Hartford: Diversity At Its Best”
WHO: Mayor Pedro E. Segarra, Judge Norko, Chief Rovella, Oz Griebel, Hartford 2000, Matt Poland, Community Leaders
WHAT: Launch of Hartford 2000 Quality of Life Initiative
WHEN: Tuesday, July 9 at 10:00am
WHERE Hartford Public Library, Downtown Branch, 500 Main Street
WHO: Mayor Pedro E. Segarra, Christian Activities Council
WHAT: Adventures in the City, Summer Program
WHEN: Tuesday, July 9 at 11:00am
WHERE: Jumoke Academy at Milner, 104 Vine Street
For Immediate Release: July 8, 2013
Contact: Maribel La Luz