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June 2006


EDITOR'S LETTER

Urban Affairs

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And as I look out across the state, Yale's renewed partnership with New Haven has spurred downtown growth, new high-rise residential buildings are sprouting up in Hartford and hope springs eternal for Bridgeport.

Stereotypes die a slow death, especially in New England. To be sure, the suburbs reign supreme here, and we all acknowledge the need to retain the few remaining working farms in our state. But I think it might be time to add a new dimension to our definition of Connecticut—the urban one.

D.J. Carey
Editor in Chief
dj@ctcandg.com

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