(September 11, 2013) Tomorrow, Hartford Mayor Pedro E. Segarra will join Councilman Kyle Anderson, and members of the Capital Region Emergency Planning Committee (CROG) for a news conference to declare September Emergency Preparedness Month.
WHO: Mayor Segarra, Councilman Anderson, CROG
WHAT: News Conference to Declare September Emergency Preparedness Month
WHEN: Thursday, September 12, 3:00pm
WHERE: Hartford City Hall, 550 Main Street, Atrium
(September 11, 2013) - On Friday, September 13, City of Hartford employees will begin a month long campaign to raise awareness about the assistance provided to Hartford residents through the United Way. A fall festival themed kickoff event with balloons, music, candy apples, popcorn, games, and more is scheduled from noon to 3pm in Burr Mall. Attendees can “dunk” a Councilman, Fire Chief or other brave volunteers for a small donation. City employees will also participate in a silent auction and department competitions throughout the month.
(September 5, 2013) Tomorrow morning, Hartford Mayor Pedro E. Segarra will join Governor Malloy and Commissioner Reviczky for a news conference to announce Farm-To-Chef Week.
Later in the evening, Mayor Segarra he will attend a ribbon cutting for the Trude Mero CREC Family Resource Center at the YMCA on Albany Avenue. Ms. Mero, a long-time community leader, passed in July.
(August 27, 2013) - Today, Mayor Segarra announced that over 1,600 Hartford young people ages 14-18 were hired through the Summer Youth Employment and Learning Program. Managed by Capital Workforce Partners, this year the program raised over $2 million dollars for the region from private, local, and state funds which resulted in more work experiences for young people than last year. An additional 300 Hartford youth were able to participate through the Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Challenge; where employers funded summer youth employees directly. Students worked at various non-profits and businesses throughout the Capital City.