Toni Harp has heard it before — which is why she was glad to hear it.
A few weeks after Democratic challenger Jorge Cabrera announced a rematch with incumbent Republican George Logan for Connecticut’s 17th State Senate District, Hamden Councilman Justin Farmer has added himself to the mix in a bid to bring younger voices into fold of Connecticut politics.
The Board of Education is really not in deficit. It has just been chronically and systemically under-funded for the last 30 years, and you should write to your representatives, especially in the state to deliver that message.
Peter Chapman received a one-year extension to begin work converting a long-vacant former factory building into 25 apartments, several weeks after the city launched three new lawsuits against him seeking to foreclose on the property because of over $44,000 in unpaid taxes.
Artspace can continue anchoring Ninth Square’s visual arts scene for another decade, thanks to a new lease it signed with the landlord of its first-floor 5,000-square-foot gallery space and offices at the corner of Orange and Crown Streets.
Gar Waterman may have called the piece Proboscoid from the Planet Rhinoplast, in honor of a certain nasal prominence that emerges from the work. But the piece is far from extraterrestrial. Waterman sourced it from Fair Haven, and from New Haven’s own long industrial history.