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Bill Mocarsky

Hartford: It's A Parking Place

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Here is a piece that appeared in Sunday's Courant.

Over the period that parking was being increased by more than 300 percent, downtown was losing more than 60 percent of its residential population, and the city as a whole lost 40,000 people and 7,000 jobs.

Yet the perception of Hartford as a city perennially short of parking and in need of more parking has never slackened. How could this be?

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Another reason the state blew it when they blew off the Griffin Line.

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