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Entries Tagged as 'Nancy Hadley'

David Kooris Named City Development Director–Steel Point Makes Progress

July 3rd, 2012 · 30 Comments · Analysis and Comment, Development and Zoning, News and Events

UPDATE: Mayor Bill Finch today appointment David Kooris director of the City’s Office of Planning and Economic Development. Kooris replaces Donald Eversley who Finch announced on Monday is departing city service to try to restart the Bridgeport Economic Development Corporation. Kooris is highly regarded among a variety of regional business, planning and development officials, someone […]

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Hadley Joins Affordable Housing Group

December 18th, 2011 · 3 Comments · News and Events

Nancy Hadley, the city’s former director of economic development, has joined Mutual Housing Association of Southwestern Connecticut. From Mutual Housing Association: Mutual Housing Association of Southwestern Connecticut’s (MHA) Board of Directors today announced the appointment of Nancy L. Hadley as its new Executive Director.

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Weicker, Carson Lead Foster’s Legal Defense Fund

September 13th, 2011 · 5 Comments · Analysis and Comment, City Politics, News and Events

You want to go to court? It takes moolah. Just ask Mayor Bill Finch who set up a legal defense fund to cover his costs associated with Chris Caruso’s court challenge of the 2007 Democratic mayoral primary. Finch’s 2011 challenger Mary-Jane Foster charged that Democratic Registrar Santa Ayala unlawfully denied her a ballot spot. Superior Court Judge […]

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When A Mayor Loses Support Can He Make New Friends?

August 2nd, 2011 · 41 Comments · Analysis and Comment, City Politics, Development and Zoning, Education

Primaries are weird ducks. They’re not like higher turnout general elections. In the world of primaries you identify your friends and drag them out to vote. You could enter primary day thinking you’re okay and then all of a sudden–oops!–your friends stayed home, or you failed to coax them to vote. That’s when you grab […]

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The Power Of Female Voters

June 27th, 2011 · 2 Comments · City Politics, News and Events

In Bridgeport elections women generally make up more than 55 percent of the turnout. From Democratic mayoral candidate Mary-Jane Foster: Please join Stephanie Barnes, Gail Diaz, Cassandra Edmonds, Pat Fardy, Maxine Greenberg, Nancy Hadley, Ann Owens, Gabrielle Parisi, Diana Washington for the Official Launch of Women for Mary-Jane Foster for Mayor of Bridgeport, Tuesday, June […]

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Voters Address Ballot Bungle

November 17th, 2010 · 17 Comments · Interviews, News and Events

It was a night to vent and that’s what a few dozen speakers did Tuesday night at City Hall Annex. Roughly 100 attended the meeting of the informal elections committee appointed by Mayor Bill Finch and chaired by former Mayor Nick Panuzio (see interview with Nick above)  tasked with reviewing the Election Day debacle of […]

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Remington Fire, Plus: This Way To The Wiener Line, Mayor Rescues Dog Cart

August 27th, 2010 · 102 Comments · Development and Zoning

CT Post link re fire at old Remington plant www.ctpost.com/news/article/After-another-Remington-fire-what-s-next-635609.php Mayor Saves Dog House From City Pound Okay, okay, turning this hotdog vendor into sausage has some of my friends thinking (they’re just as warped as me) hey how far is the state courthouse setback from the city sidewalk? In other words, where does the city lose […]

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Is This A Weenie Decision?

August 26th, 2010 · 28 Comments · Development and Zoning

Wow, don’t get on the bad side of former Economic Development Director Nancy Hadley. You might lose your wiener. Nancy, a downtown resident, says the Marzan-family hotdog vendor (pictured above) who’ve made the sidewalk next to the Main Street courthouse a drive-up destination shouldn’t be doing business there. She complained to police and the food cart was […]

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