Photo | CTMirror: Farmington Avenue in West Hartford center is funneled down to two lanes with Jersey barriers in place to expand the outdoor eating area for restaurants during the pandemic.

“The Brooklyn neighborhood in the south end of Waterbury was once a city within a city, a self-sufficient ethnic enclave, originally with a large Lithuanian population. But like many urban neighborhoods in the state, it was badly wounded by disinvestment and highway construction in the last century. It was left without a single park for neighborhood children.” Hartford Business Journal

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How infrastructure improvements can aid inclusive revival — Hartford Business Journal