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Hartford Politico Vs. Trash Agency

by CTNewsjunkie Staff | Mar 8, 2013 11:32am
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Posted to: Courts, Town News, Hartford, Local Politics

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Former House Speakers on the first day of the 2013 legislative session. Thomas Ritter is the second gentleman in the photo.

A Hartford consulting firm on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority alleging the authority’s bidding process for its municipal liaison was a “sham.” Read our story from 2011 about the bidding process for the $84,000 contract, which went to former House Speaker Thomas Ritter. The Courant’s more recent story about the lawsuit filed by Matthew Hennessy, former Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez’s chief of staff, is here and the lawsuit is here.

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