Government and nonprofit entities are stepping up with COVID relief and recovery, including the Boston Fed and CT’s community foundations.
The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities report links zoning segregation with the deadly impact of COVID on minority communities.
Massachusetts, New York also ranked high
The choice is between investing in the economy or spending federal aid on state and municipal budgets.
The $70 million privately funded expansion will include a new four-gate, 74,000 square-foot terminal and daily service from a new airline.
Two cabinet secretaries with New England roots promoted the president’s jobs plan on a tour of General Dynamics Electric Boat.
After six months of public hearings on a widely followed Woodbridge rezoning proposal, commissioners are to start deliberating. Is multi-family housing in the suburbs a civil rights issue? Or a matter of water and sewer access? Or is the idea of an environment-housing “balance” an excuse for avoiding necessary systemic change? Woodbridge Town Planning & […]
Policymakers face unprecedented challenges deciding how to spend $6 billion-plus in new federal pandemic relief.
The plan would remove the I-84/I-91 interchange downtown and cap I-91 with a new road, expanding river access.
Senate endorsed an omnibus fiscal bill that lays the groundwork for a major boost in PILOT aid to many municipalities.
The House approved bills Wednesday pledging $100 million-plus in new municipal aid and offering tax incentives to attract data centers.
One medical pot grower just spent $7.6 million on a building with space equal to more than four football fields.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s new budget would keep Connecticut’s transportation program solvent through 2026 with a new fee on trucks.
Gov. Ned Lamont relies on federal funding and state reserves to balance his new budget without significant tax hikes.
The study by Desegregate CT was released as lawmakers, who are divided over zoning reforms, prepare to tackle the issue.