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May 31, 2011

When – Monday, June 6, 2011, 5:30 – 7:00 PM

Where – CREC Headquarters, 111 Charter Oak Avenue

Are parks important to you?


Meet and talk with Jack Hale

City of Hartford’s new Parks Operations Manager




Followed by:

CSS/CON Annual Meeting


Election of Board Members

Election of Officers


CSS/CON (the Coalition to Strengthen the Sheldon/Charter Oak Neighborhood) is YOUR organization. Join with us to make our neighborhood great



Lunes, 6 de junio de 2011

5:30 -7:00 PM

En la oficina de CREC, 111 Charter Oak Ave.

¿Los parques de Hartford son importantes para usted?

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Ven y habla con Jack Hale, el nuevo Supervisor de los Parques para la Ciudad de Hartford.


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Seguido por:

La reunión anual de CSS/CON

La elección de la junta directiva y nuevos miembros


CSS/CON (es la Coalición para fortalecer el vecindario de Sheldon/Charter Oak) esta es tu organización. Ven y únete a nosotros porque juntos podemos hacer una gran diferencia en nuestro vecindario.


A Tribute To Memorial Day

May 29, 2011


Memorial Day has its origins in the Civil War era and became an official holiday in 1868. Memorial Day was first established as a day to honor those who died fighting in the Civil War. It was later changed (after World War I) to a holiday to honor Americans who died fighting in any war.

Memorial Day is not just the last day of a three-day weekend. It not just a day for backyard barbeques. It is not just a day to have a parade. It is not just the unofficial kickoff of summer. Memorial Day is a day for us to remember the sacrifices others made so that we can have those backyard barbeques. Memorial Day is a day for us to say “Thank You” to those who gave their lives so that we could enjoy the freedoms we enjoy today. So tomorrow, take a moment, look at our flag flying high and say “Thank You” to those who have gone before us, who made this day possible, and paid the ultimate price to protect us and our freedom.

Tomorrow, Monday, May 30, is Memorial Day. Coincidentally, May 30th was the original date on which Memorial Day was celebrated. Please join me in honoring the men and women of our armed forces, who over the year, made the ultimate sacrifice for their country, for our freedom, and ultimately for you and me.

May God Bless America and may God watch over the men and women of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard who are still fighting for our country and freedom; may he keep them safe and return them to their families soon.

Maria Hagan

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Wethersfield Single Family Home Sales Activity 2003-2011

April 3, 2011

Sales of single family homes in Wethersfield continue at a steady pace. Although closed sales at the end of the first quarter 2011 trailed closed sales at the end of 2010 (37 versus 45, respectively), the 2011 sales activity occurred without the first time home buyer tax credit incentive. Does this signify a return to a more normal market? (more…)

Wethersfield Single Family Homes–Market Activity as of 3/31/2011

April 3, 2011

During March the inventory of single family homes in Wethersfield increased by nearly 43% to 116 homes. New pending sales were strong in March with 22 of the 34 pending listings going under contract in March. The Spring market has arrived! (more…)

Rocky Hill Condo Market Activity As Of 2/28/2011

March 6, 2011

As the table below shows, the average and the median sales prices in 2011 are below those values for the comparable periods in 2010. This is due to the many changes made in 2010 to underwriting guidelines for both conventional and government loans and the increase in interest rates in early January 2011. (more…)

Quench Your Thirst On Main–History, Food, Drink and More

January 29, 2011

In the heart of Old Wethersfield, Connecticut’s largest historic district, are three of the town’s most popular historic homes.

Judah Wright built the Joseph Webb House in 1752 after Joseph Webb married Mehitabel Nott in 1749. When Joseph Webb died in 1761, the home passed to his son, Joseph Jr. Joseph Jr. married Abigail Chester in 1774. The couple loved to entertain so much that the home received the nickname  “Hospitality Hall”.” In May 1781 George Washington was a guest at Webb House and used it as his headquarters. There he met and planned the military campaign with French General Rochambeau that led to the victory at Yorktown and the end of the Revolutionary War.


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