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What’s Coming? Historic Housing

A historic building that was the original home to United Illuminating could soon be some future downtowner’s actual new home. The City Plan Commission gave unanimous approval Wednesday to a site plan that would convert a three-story building at the corner of Temple and Crown streets from mixed commercial use with a restaurant/bar on the…
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What’s Trending? 2017 State of Retail

In-store shopping is far from dead  —in fact, it’s using online shopping to its advantage, and consumers can look forward to new, innovative shopping experiences in the future according to CEO Gary Ambrosino, of TimeTrade. Download. That’s one of the key findings of the TimeTrade 2017 State of Retail survey report. Retail is transforming, taking…
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What’s New? Welcome Sgt. Sean Maher

Hailing from New York City, Sgt. Sean Maher moved to New Haven in 1998 to attend Southern Connecticut State University. Almost 20 years later, he is still here, “There's something about New Haven that makes it difficult to leave,” remarks Maher. Joining the police department in 2007, Maher was promoted to Sergeant in 2012. During…
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Vending Ordinance

ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF ALDERS APPROVING AMENDMENTS TO TITLE III, CHAPTER 17, ARTICLE XI AND TITLE III, CHAPTER 29, ARTICLE III, DIVISION 1 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES CONCERNING VENDORS Click here to Download Proposed Changes to the Ordinance.  
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