Harp discusses tax increases
Mayor Toni Harp warned on Friday that Elm City residents might have to pay more property taxes in the fiscal year beginning July 1.
Final days for State Senate race
Democrats in New Haven and West Haven are working overtime reminding voters of a simple fact: There’s an election in eight days.
Elicker to head Land Trust
Former mayoral candidate and Ward 10 Alder Justin Elicker FES ’10 SOM ’10 was named the part-time executive director of the New Haven Land Trust.
City staff additions queried
The Board of Alders’ finance committee requested the creation of more City Hall jobs and an entirely new office.
Republicans clamor to unseat Malloy
Six declared Republican candidates for governor of Connecticut are gearing up to turn the governor’s office red by overcoming a Democratic opponent they assume will be incumbent Gov. Dannel Malloy.
A Yale-relevant Ward?
When the polls open on March 17 in the special election for Ward 7’s next alder, part of the ward’s population will be out of town: Yale students.
City demands PILOT funds
The Board of Alders approved a resolution calling on the state to fully fund Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT), a program that reimburses municipalities for lost revenue from nontaxable properties.
State senate race nears
Holder-Winfield raised a total of $17,532, according to documents filed with the State Elections Enforcement Committee.
Harp, Harries ease tensions
What seemed like a direct threat to one official’s continued employment now appears to have dissipated.