Marc Wiznia
New style of poll tests residents on Tweed, tax sharing

Typical opinion polls just may not be adequate anymore. A representative sample of 136 area residents descended upon Yale this weekend for the New Haven […]

City to apply for HOPE VI grants again

The New Haven Housing Authority will take another crack — or perhaps two — at the elusive HOPE VI revitalization grant. If the U.S. Department […]

City, state officials voice opposition to power cable

Preliminary — and perhaps illegal — construction on an electric cable between New Haven and Long Island, N.Y., may have already begun, but local leaders […]

Eastwood leaves Yale post for NYC

As Yale University Properties’ dramatic overhaul of Broadway nears a close, the office is undergoing internal changes of its own. Financial analyst Hugh Eastwood ’00 […]

Redevelopment of local mall likely to begin soon

Negotiations for redeveloping the Chapel Square Mall have entered the home stretch. The city entered exclusive negotiations with Baltimore-based development team Williams Jackson Ewing Inc. […]

Plan for longer runway at Tweed likely to be approved

As many as 10 airlines have expressed interest in offering jet service at Tweed-New Haven Airport, but the carriers would need Tweed to provide a […]

Broadway may get new Mexican flavor

New Haven’s revitalized, retail-rich Broadway shopping district may eventually get a distinct Mexican flavor, as two-dollar tacos could soon augment student and resident dining options. […]

Retail guru Maturo gets new office

John Maturo ’76, who helped administer the restoration of vibrant retail to the Broadway district, will officially become the assistant to Kemel Dawkins, Yale’s associate […]

City Housing Authority gets a ‘B-‘

New Haven’s rejuvenated Housing Authority finally cracked the “B” range in its yearly government assessment. On the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s annual […]

Mayor readies city for tight budgets

Blaming the national economic downturn and projected declines in state aid, New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. publicly announced Thursday a 30-month “pre-emptive strike” to […]

LCI director to leave post this March

Regina Winters ARC ’94 announced last week that she will resign her position as executive director of New Haven’s Livable City Initiative to resume private […]