You might see Mayor Toni Harp at your next management team meeting. She and the city’s budget officials are making the rounds to talk about the city’s finances ... and to claw back a narrative that lays the blame for dire straits at her feet.
The New Haven Police substation at 329 Valley St. is sandwiched between the West Hills school and the community center. And when school is closed the newest Little Free Library at the substation will still be open.
Travel to Newhallville for a basketball tournament. And to Amity to learn about native pollinators and plants. And to the Hill to eat brunch and talk financial literacy.
Hearing about those events took only a few steps and a conversation on Thursday afternoon during the official kick-off of a summer long flurry of family-friendly activities designed to bring all of New Haven’s neighborhoods together long-term.
The Dwight police substation at 130 Edgewood Ave. is sandwiched between a school and the “A Walk In Truth” bookstore — two places where a kids can find a good story. Now substation, too, will be a hub that encourages the love of reading.