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    1. State recovery in jeopardy as stimulus funds dry up - The Boston Globe

      “The stimulus has been profoundly important for our economy,’’ said Gregory Bialecki, Patrick’s secretary of housing and economic development. “And that’s not just because we were able to keep a lot of people working. It’s also because we were able to set the table for a lot of substantial projects.’’
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    2. Governor Malloy ratifies creation of Connecticut Airport Authority, a quasi-public agency to oversee Bradley International Airport

      Governor Malloy ratifies creation of Connecticut Airport Authority, a quasi-public agency to oversee Bradley International Airport
      The quasi-public agency frees Bradley and the state’s five other general aviation airports from the state Department of Transportation’s control, with the goal of minimizing the bureaucratic red tape that has hindered airport development and operations.
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    3. Bradley recovering passengers in 2011 | Hartford Business

      Coupling the late 2010 boost with the first six months of 2011, Bradley Airport had 12 straight months of increasing passenger counts ending in June. From July 2010 to June 2011, the airport had a 9 percent increase in passengers, rising to 5.6 million compared to the 5.2 million passengers from July 2009 to June 2010.
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    4. Postal Service transport co. cuts 74 workers in Chicopee

      Alan Ritchey Inc. Alan Ritchey Inc. Latest from The Business Journals Pinole Point Business Park sold for .2MRichmond bags postal repair center Follow this company , a transporter of bulk mail for the U.S. Postal Service U.S. Postal Service Latest from The Business Journals Green Bay mail center insufficient for Oshkosh operationBizWeek: Batman and Super-Strong Corporate EarningsStudy: Foreclosure dilemma leads to long-term vacancies Follow this company , has announced it will lay off 74 workers and close a facility in Chicopee, Mass., after it failed to win a bid to extend its contract with the U.S. Postal Service.
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    5. Editorial: Upgrades to Western Massachusetts rail system important to the future of rail transportation

      Editorial: Upgrades to Western Massachusetts rail system important to the future of rail transportation
      So we’re pleased by the news that work could begin as soon as this summer on a $72.8 million upgrade of train tracks from Springfield to the Vermont state line – part of a broader plan to improve rail service form New Haven, Conn., on Amtrak’s busy Northeast corridor all the way up to Montreal.
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    6. The World and Our Region Are Talking Airports

      There have been a handful of local events recently that continue the conversation about Bradley, its impact on the regional economy, and logistics in general; The Connecticut Legislature, Coalition of New England for Trade (CONECT), The Connecticut International Trade Association (CITA), and a combined event held by New England’s Knowledge Corridor, The Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts & Associated Industries of Massachusetts have all focused on the critical part transportation infrastructure plays in growing an economy.
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    7. Bradley International Airport's board of directors disbanded in favor of Connecticut Airport Authority

      Bradley International Airport's board of directors disbanded in favor of Connecticut Airport Authority
      Bradley International Airport’s board of directors held its final meeting on Thursday, following the passage of a law creating a quasi-public Connecticut Airport Authority, which will run Bradley and five other airports free of state Department of Transportation oversight.
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    8. Bradley flying without route-development pilot | Hartford Business

      The long vacancies between hires at key positions is a main reason Gov. Dannel Malloy and the Connecticut General Assembly are trying to create an independent airport authority to oversee all the state's airports. The new authority will have the ability to hire key positions and make important decisions without having to run back to DOT for approval.
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