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Monthly Archive for November, 2010

: November, 2010

Testa Takes It On Chin From Zoners

What, zoners voted against Mario! How could that be? The Planning & Zoning Commission meeting nearly hit the stroke of midnight, but when the vote came Monday night dozens of North End residents

Ballot Recount: Depends On The Meaning Of “If Appropriate”

The Connecticut Post wants a recounting of Election Day ballots. City Attorney Mark Anastasi says that will occur “if appropriate.” I can’t wait to hear Mark’s legal version of “if appropriate.” From

Modern Plastics, City Institution, Leaving

We’ve┬áseen this movie many times. A Bridgeport company leaves the city lured by Shelton developer Robert Scinto. Add Modern Plastics to the list. Modern Plastics has been a fixture in the city’s West

Do You Have An Election Beef?

Election Day was a mess. Ballot shortages, chaos at voting places, long lines, electors walking away in disgust. Kudos to voters that waited in line for an hour or more. For those that walked away who

The Barack Factor Worked

On a surreal Election Day that may take weeks to settle (in court) the gubernatorial race, city voters responded in far greater numbers that anyone had projected. The turnout unofficially is near 40