OCTOBER NEWSLETTER

BIG CHANGES! PERFECT TIME. CPRB…WE DID IT! After a lot of back and forth on the Civilian Police Review Board (CPRB) Ordinance, we were able to work across the aisle with the support of Council majority and the administration. Now, there are excellent additions to the CPRB Amended Ordinance. We feel strongly about implementing many of yourContinue reading “OCTOBER NEWSLETTER”

AUGUST/SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE IMPORTANT: CENSUS DEADLINE – SEPTEMBER 30TH CENSUS: MAKE HARTFORD COUNT On Sunday, September 6th, our team went out around the Hartford community to inform as many people as possible about the census along with handing out some awesome census gear. Prior to that we went on facebook live withContinue reading “AUGUST/SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER”

OUR RESOLUTIONS TO CITY OF HARTFORD’S BUDGET FY 2020-2021

INTRODUCED BY:       Court of Common Council City of Hartford June 8, 2020 Mayor Luke A. Bronin Council President Maly D. Rosado   Majority Leader Thomas J. Clarke II   Councilman James Sanchez Councilwoman Marilyn Rossetti Councilman Nick Lebron Councilwoman Shirley Surgeon Councilman John Gale Councilwoman Wildaliz Bermúdez x Councilman Joshua Michtom xContinue reading “OUR RESOLUTIONS TO CITY OF HARTFORD’S BUDGET FY 2020-2021”

April Newsletter

“Connecting amidst the chaos” A MESSAGE FROM THE WORKING FAMILIES PARTY COUNCIL MEMBERS WILDALIZ BERMUDEZ & JOSHUA MICHTOM Dear friends,  These are challenging times. Hartford now has 663 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 55 untimely deaths and that number will obviously grow after today. We send our deepest condolences to the loved ones of those weContinue reading “April Newsletter”

FEBRUARY/MARCH NEWSLETTER

“Working hard for stability, safety and health”  A MESSAGE FROM THE WORKING FAMILIES PARTY COUNCIL MEMBERS WILDALIZ BERMUDEZ & JOSH MICHTOM Dear Hartford Community,  It has been a busy couple of weeks! During this time, we’ve organized state elected officials to introduce state legislation to prevent Connecticut tenants from being evicted due to the Coronavirus.Continue reading “FEBRUARY/MARCH NEWSLETTER”