Board of Ed makeup hangs in balance
The announcement that Mayor John DeStefano Jr. will not seek an 11th term in office comes amidst the possibility of change in the Board of Education.
DeStefano decades come to an end
With just under a year left in his tenure, Mayor John DeStefano Jr. will go down in history as the Elm City’s longest-serving mayor.
DESTEFANO WILL NOT SEEK RE-ELECTION
After two decades in office, Mayor John DeStefano Jr. is expected to announce on Tuesday afternoon that he will not run for an 11th term.
Elicker seeks mayor’s office
Ward 10 Alderman Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10 officially declared his candidacy for mayor to a crowd of over 100 people Thursday night.
Elicker announces mayoral candidacy
After 20 years in office, John DeStefano Jr., New Haven’s longest-serving mayor, will face fierce competition to hold onto his post this November.
Contentious zoning changes discussed
Emotions ran high as around 30 New Haven residents showed up to City Hall on a Wednesday night public hearing regarding a potential zoning change, which they argue would negatively affect the Chapel West and Ninth Square areas in an attempt to attract development.
City welcomes new spokeswoman
Anna Mariotti, a seven-year New Haven resident originally from Hartford, Conn., will now serve as spokeswoman for the the city of New Haven.
Mid-term in Ward 1
Sarah Eidelson promised better prisoner re-entry programs, friendlier streets for cyclists and pedestrians, community policing and increased representation of Yale students.