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Entries Tagged as 'Shelly Banjo'

Dude, The Dodgers Left Brooklyn More Than 50 Years Ago!

May 14th, 2012 · 9 Comments · Analysis and Comment, Development and Zoning

Why does the Wall Street Journal cover Connecticut? Because there’s plenty of moolah here (and lots of other great stuff). Governor Dannel Malloy kicked off a campaign today to revive the tourism industry his predecessor Jodi Rell mothballed. If you believe perception is reality, suburbanites have perceptions about Bridgeport. Arrogant New Yorkers have perceptions about […]

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Who Is This Guy? Brian K. Hill

May 3rd, 2012 · 1 Comment · State Politics

He hasn’t grabbed attention like fellow GOP U.S. Senate candidates Linda McMahon and former Congressman Chris Shays, but Brian K. Hill is trying to make the case for Republican primary voters to take a look. This clip is from a recent debate on WFSB’s Face The State hosted by Dennis House. The Wall Street Journal’s […]

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Private Donors For City Education

December 23rd, 2011 · 3 Comments · Education, News and Events

Baby, keep that moolah coming! Dramatic change in the structure of the city’s school system suggests private donors are more willing to get involved, according to this story by Shelly Banjo and Lisa Fleisher in the Wall Street Journal. Wealthy donors have created a fund to pay the salary of a new Bridgeport school superintendent, ushering in […]

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Solution For Rail Commuters, Park In Bridgeport

October 24th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Analysis and Comment, Development and Zoning

Take the Bridgeport train. Rent a place downtown. From Shelly Banjo, Wall Street Journal: FAIRFIELD, Conn.—In the Metro-North parking lots along Connecticut’s Gold Coast, the haves and the have-nots aren’t defined by their clothes, car or even their net worth. Here, it’s about whether they have a flimsy green piece of paper visible on their […]

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