(April 29, 2013) –Mayor Pedro E. Segarra today announced the retirement of Fire Chief Edward Casares, Jr. after 33 years of dedicated, loyal and tireless service to the Hartford Fire Department. A Hartford native, Casares has been with the Fire Department since 1980 and was appointed Fire Chief in April of 2010, becoming the first Latino to hold the position. He is a member of Metro Fire Chiefs, International Association of Fire Chiefs and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Latin American Section.
(April 30, 2013) – Mayor Segarra released the following statement today regarding the resignation of United States Attorney David Fein: “On behalf of the City of Hartford, I want to thank U.S. Attorney Fein for his dedicated and loyal service and leadership. His tireless support of our police department as well as Project Longevity has helped reduce gun violence and make the Capital City safer. We are sad to see him go but are grateful for the work and partnerships he created throughout his tenure."
For Immediate Release: April 30, 2013
Contact: Maribel La Luz
(April 16, 2013) – On Wednesday evening, Mayor Segarra will host a Telephone Town Hall for Hartford residents to answer questions regarding his Fiscal Year 2013/14 recommended budget.
WHO: Mayor Pedro Segarra
WHAT: Telephone Town Hall
WHEN: Wednesday, April 17, 6:00pm-7:00pm
WHERE: Hartford residents can sign up until 5:00pm the day of at www.hartford.gov
(April 12, 2013) – On Monday, Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra will hold a media availability regarding his Fiscal Year 2013/2014 Recommended Budget.
Per the City Charter, the Mayor must submit his budget to the Council through the Town Clerk’s office by 5:00pm on April 15. The Council must adopt a budget by May 31st.