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MAYOR BRONIN ATTENDS SCHOOL WALKOUT, APPLAUDS STUDENTS CALLING FOR GUN SAFETY REFORMS

MAYOR BRONIN ATTENDS SCHOOL WALKOUT, APPLAUDS STUDENTS CALLING FOR GUN SAFETY REFORMS

HARTFORD, CONN (March 14, 2018) –Mayor Luke Bronin released the statement below after joining students at Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy this morning during their walkout in remembrance of the lives lost in the Parkland shooting.

“Today, huge numbers of students stood up, walked out, and called on America’s elected leaders to show some courage, compassion, and common sense,” said Mayor Bronin.  “This is one of the most powerful movements we’ve seen in a long time, and it was inspiring to see so many brave, eloquent students raise their voices in Hartford this morning.  Lawmakers have a basic choice to make, in Congress and around the nation: stand with these young people pleading for common-sense, or give way to the political threats and intimidation of the NRA.  Young people are saying ‘enough is enough,’ and we adults need to listen.”

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MAYOR BRONIN WELCOMES INFOSYS ANNOUNCEMENT OF 1,000 JOBS IN HARTFORD

MAYOR BRONIN WELCOMES INFOSYS ANNOUNCEMENT OF 1,000 JOBS IN HARTFORD

HARTFORD, CONN (March 14, 2018) –Today Mayor Luke Bronin released the statement below after Infosys announced they will be placing a Technology and Innovation Hub in Hartford, one of four around the United States. Infosys announced they will create 1,000 jobs in Hartford by 2022.

“I am thrilled that Infosys, a global information technology company, is making Hartford one of four innovation hubs in the United States,” said Mayor Bronin. “This announcement is huge for Hartford and for Connecticut. In the last few months, we’ve seen Hartford’s innovation ecosystem develop rapidly, with ourInsurtechAccelerator up and running, Stanley Black & Decker’s advanced manufacturing accelerator on the way, and Infosys’ decision to bring a thousand innovation jobs to Hartford represents the next big step. Today’s announcement is a testament to the strength of our Capital City, to the partnership between the city and the State, and to the commitment of our local business leaders, who joined us in pitching Hartford to Infosys. I look forward to working with Infosys’ leadership as they establish a big presence here in our Capital City.”

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EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY: HARTFORD PARKING BAN LIFTED

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY: HARTFORD PARKING BAN LIFTED

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HARTFORD, CONN. (March 13, 2018) – Mayor Luke Bronin announced that the snow parking ban is over, effective immediately.  The ban had been scheduled to end at 8 PM tonight.  Residents are encouraged to move their cars from Hartford Public Schools parking lots and Blue Light Lots as soon as possible.

 

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