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City Prepares for Tuesday's Storm

March 13, 2017 

The City of New Britain is preparing for Tuesday’s snow storm by bringing additional snow plows into operation, pre-treating roads with salt, coordinating emergency response efforts among various departments, and closely watching the forecast, Mayor Erin Stewart said Monday morning.

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Snow Emergency Parking Ban

March 13, 2017 

A parking ban has been ordered by Mayor Erin Stewart of New Britain in anticipation of the snow which has been forecasted. The parking ban will go into effect at 11:59pm (Midnight) on Monday March 13, 2017 and will likely continue through to Wednesday morning. Parking will be prohibited on all city streets while the ban is in effect.

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Press Release: Snow Emergency Parking Ban

February 12, 2017 

CITY of NEW BRITAIN

PRESS RELEASE – SNOW EMERGENCY PARKING BAN

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 12TH, 2017 AT 9:00AM

A parking ban has been ordered by Mayor Erin Stewart of New Britain in anticipation of the snow which has been forecasted. The parking ban will go into effect at 9am on Sunday February12th, 2017 and will likely continue through to Monday afternoon. Parking will be prohibited on all city streets while the ban is in effect.

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Press Release: Snow Emergency Parking Ban

February 8, 2017 

PRESS RELEASE – SNOW EMERGENCY PARKING BAN

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8TH, 2017 AT 11:59 PM (MIDNIGHT)

A parking ban has been ordered by Mayor Erin Stewart of New Britain in anticipation of the snow which has been forecasted. The parking ban will go into effect at 11:59 PM (midnight) on Wednesday February 8th, 2017 and will likely continue through to Thursday afternoon. Parking will be prohibited on all city streets while the ban is in effect.

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New Britain's 2016 Grand List Increases

February 1, 2017 

Mayor Erin E. Stewart and City Assessor Michael Konik announced today that the City’s 2016 Grand List has increased by 0.96 percent—adding $23,708,422 in new assessments to the City’s list of taxable property. This is the third consecutive year that the Grand List has had positive growth.

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