New Britain Dems @ Generale Ameglio Sunday:
Senator Blumenthal, Secretary of the State Merrill, Comptroller Lembo To Appear in support of Tim O’Brien and Row A Democrats
Democrats, gearing up for Tuesday’s city election, will rally on Sunday, November 6th from 1 to 4 pm at Generale Ameglio Society’s Bianca Ballroom, 13 Beaver Street. Participating in support of Mayoral Nominee Tim O’Brien and his slate will be U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, Secretary of the State Denise Merrill and State Comptroller Kevin Lembo. Join the Democratic Town Committee for ethnic food, beverages and an opportunity to meet New Britain’s next mayor There is a suggested donation of $10.
It’s Time To Get Out The Vote On Tuesday, November 8th….three ways to help
1. Make calls to voters
2. Help reach family, friends and neighbors this weekend. Visit Headquarters for details
3. Give your time, talent and efforts on Election Day whether it’s for an hour or the day
WHERE: Democratic Party Headquarters 19 Bassett Street lower level
CONTACT US: firstname.lastname@example.org
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. for Tuesday’s municipal election.
Sunny skies with a high of 66 degrees… Democratic victory
1 Vance Village School 183 Vance Street
2 New Britain High School 110 Mill Street
3 Roosevelt Middle School 40 Goodwin Street
4 Gaffney School 322 Slater Road
5 New Britain Senior Center 55 Pearl Street
5-1 School Apartments 50 Bassett Street
5-2 Graham Apartments 107 Martin Luther King Drive
6 State Armory 655 Stanley Street
7 Generale Ameglio Society 13 Beaver Street
8 Smalley Academy 175 West Street
9 Student Center, Ella Grasso Blvd at CCSU
10 First Church of Christ 830 Corbin Avenue
11 H.R.A. of New Britain 180 Clinton Street
12 Transfiguration Church 8 Concord Street
13 Pulaski Middle School 755 Farmington Avenue
14 Holmes School 2150 Stanley Street
15 DiLoreto School 732 Slater Road
But giving Northeast, specifically its Connecticut Light and Power subsidiary, a divine pass is like absolving Lehman Brothers of any blame for its demise in 2008. Like financial firms, utilities need to manage risks. And they have it relatively easy: much of the task simply involves clearing overhanging trees and other hazards from power lines.
Yet according to regulatory filings, Connecticut Light and Power cut its maintenance spending by 26 percent, from $130 million in 2008 to $96.5 million last year. Put simply, that seems to suggest that one in every four trees that could have been trimmed was left untouched, though the company says the maintenance line was depressed by a deferral of expenses for accounting purposes.
from ” The Troubling Connecticut Power Failure” New York Times 11/4/2011
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