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Sistrunk has also been president and chairman of the board of directors of Danbury Housing Development Corp. since 2016.
A committee is examining whether short-term insurance vendors are in part misleading consumers.
“I’m not worried about the moral issue here," Gordon Caplan, who has been placed on leave by law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher, can allegedly be heard saying on a federal wiretap.
Escape rooms, scavenger hunts, and axe-throwing competitions go well beyond the traditional corporate spa retreats.
The 45-year-old Santiago had been active in trying to clear legislative hurdles to building a casino in Bridgeport, and was in the midst of efforts to create a State of Connecticut Bank.
TEI has now acquired over 1 million square feet of commercial space, 176 apartments and 8.5 acres of vacant land in Bridgeport within a six-month period.
The Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system has been wrestling with ways to make up what it says could be a $57 million shortfall.
While the city council has tabled the idea of replacing a closing Stop & Shop with the car dealer, a final decision has yet to be made.
Tourism in the state currently contributes $14.7 billion in business sales, generates $1.7 billion in tax revenues and supports nearly 83,000 direct jobs and 121,000 indirect jobs.
A final vote on the proposed 5 percent increase at Danbury's Western Connecticut State and three other universities will take place on March 28.
The five-story building building at 725 Park Ave. will be used as the Rescue Mission's new community center.
Both theaters will stay open during the phased renovations, which have already begun at the Majestic 6 and will soon start at the Landmark 9.
"We have reluctantly come to the conclusion that now is not the right time for us to pursue such a going private transaction,” the group led by Robert LaPenta wrote to the Stamford firm’s board of directors.