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MAYOR HARP ENLISTS MEDIA OUTLETS; ADVANCES LOCAL, GRASSROOTS HURRICANE RELIEF EFFORTS
New Haven – Mayor Toni N. Harp today advanced through conventional and social media the message from those who organized a New Haven-based, grassroots hurricane relief effort seeking donations to help stricken residents there.
Details about how residents can make donations to this relief effort are as follows:
Donations can be made via this Gofundme Accounthttps://www.gofundme.com/new-haven-for-puerto-rico , or visit Arteemail@example.com (click on donation) please identify the donation as NH 4 PR.
For further information please contact:
Juan Candelaria …Continue
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COPS, EDUCATORS & COMMUNITY MEMBERS PLAN AN AFTERNOON STROLL
New Haven| Who walks the neighborhood streets of New Haven? Those that live and work in them do. The officers patrolling their beats do. So why not do it together?
Tomorrow, Friday, September 22nd, at 3:00 PM, that’s exactly what’ll happen. Officers and local Elm City folks will meet at 4 Science Park on Winchester Avenue to, quite literally, take a walk.
Community members will be joined by Police Chief Anthony Campbell, police commanders and officers, school officials including area principals and local clergy members. Anyone can join the group. All you have to do is show up.
This is the first such event we’ve been involved with. It is the hopes of organizers that this planned walkthrough will prompt discussions about the community, those in it and solutions to problems in a social environment – void of podiums and fluorescent lights.
For more information, contact Daniel Hunt at…Continue
MAYOR HARP UNDERSCORES SUPPORT FOR STATE’S WORKFORCE TRAINING CENTERS, PROGRAMS
New Haven – Mayor Toni N. Harp today echoed public statements made by Governor Malloy, underscoring her own support for Connecticut’s workforce training centers and their programs:
“Many residents of Connecticut cities benefit from an opportunity to acquire a new job skill, polish an old one, change or advance a career, and the state’s workforce training centers provide that opportunity for them to improve their prospects in that regard,” Mayor Harp said. “Connecticut’s investment in these programs returns dividends in two ways: first, with a skilled workforce to help attract new businesses to the state, and through the increased economic activity fueled by additional, higher-wage workers.”
New Haven – Mayor Toni N. Harp today spoke for thousands of city residents, expressing concern about the life-threatening devastation of Puerto Rico, subjected to the lash of Hurricane Maria so close on the heels of Hurricane Irma.
“The close ties between New Haven and Puerto Rico are manifest over many generations in hundreds and hundreds of local families with loved ones living in each place: we maintain every hope those on that island remain safe until the crisis subsides,” Mayor Harp said. “What’s more, New Haven Public Schools just completed a recruitment drive in Puerto Rico, so we know new teachers and administrators districtwide are concerned about and distracted by the effects of this storm – our prayerful thoughts are with them as well.”
Mayor Harp said city residents who want…Continue