Auditors took issue with two purchases tied to aging machinery at the plant which is used to generate power in times of critical grid demand.
The uncertain fate of MIRA, the region’s trash-to-energy facility, has some wondering whether it should be run as a utility.
As the MIRA incinerator shutdown grows closer, there’s less and less agreement about where all the trash will go.
Getting food waste out of the trash may provide the key to fixing the dated waste systems in the state.
Waste systems in Connecticut are reaching a tipping point, raising the question of whether it’s time to reinvent how we get rid of our trash.
A unanimous ruling Monday by the Connecticut Supreme Court in a case involving a prominent lawyer-lobbyist, former House Speaker Thomas D. Ritter, seems to narrow the circumstances when a lawyer’s business or political advice is protected by lawyer-client privilege.