Ward 27 alder resigns

The Board of Alders is short a member as of Monday as Ward 27 Alder Angela Russell has announced her resignation.

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Alders trade accusations

Legislative codes of conduct were invoked on Monday to censure the conduct of an alder whose spirited disagreement some say has crossed a line.

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Suggested cuts draw ire

Educations cuts and other spending reductions emerged as a flashpoint at Thursday’s public hearing on the budget, as residents came out to defend the funding they said underwrites the city’s well-being.

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Parks, Public Works in crosshairs of budget

New Haven’s Public Works Department has lost nearly 30 percent of its personnel and 20 percent of its budget over the past 15 years.

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Quarrel marks vote on staff additions

A marathon six-hour finance committee meeting ended in a shouting match early Tuesday morning.

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City celebrates inaugural ball

Mayor Toni Harp entered the glimmering aviation hangar at Tweed-New Haven Airport on Saturday night to the sound of Alicia Keys’ “Girl on Fire.”

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Stratton decries “illegal” funding

The city is spending in excess of $40 million on health care and other benefits for teachers and school administrators, according to New Haven alder Michael Stratton.

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Accounts clash in J & B wage theft investigation

Another New Haven grocery store — and Yale tenant — was shuttered this week after the Connecticut Department of Labor discovered multiple counts of labor violations.

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J & B Deli found to violate labor standards

The finding comes on the heels of a similar chain of events at Gourmet Heaven, the popular 24-hour grocery on Broadway Avenue.

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Salovey addresses Board of Alders

Salovey discusses town-gown relations with the Board of Alders.

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Brooks Brothers not coming to 1 Broadway

1 Broadway Avenue, which has been vacant since the closing of Au Bon Pain last year, will not be be leased to Brooks Brothers, the University confirmed on Monday.

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People’s Caucus spawns Yale research team

A growing number of Yale students are working as policy assistants to Alders in the People’s Caucus, a breakaway faction of the Board of Alders.

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