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Transition report 2020

The transition report details the transition team’s recommendations to me of what my administration’s goals should be for my first one-hundred days in office, as well as goals in my first term in office.

This report is a culmination of work over the past two months: the Elicker Transition Team gathered public input across New Haven using surveys and hosting two public meetings at High School in the Community ahead of finalizing the report.

The Elicker Transition Team was co-chaired by State Rep. Robyn Porter, Sarah Miller, and Kica Matos who worked with two facilitators, Elizabeth Nearing and Kia Levey. Thank you all for your hard work!

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Food Service License Renewals

We would like to remind you that all food service licenses will expire May 1, 2020.

New for this licensing year, we will not be accepting cash, business or personal checks.

Payment must be made with a certified bank check or money order.

When completing the application, please ignore the field “Date Establishment Registered” with the State of CT DPH.

Thank you - New Haven Health Department

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Take a Survey of Community Needs!

The City receives four (4) entitlement grants every year through the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The grants include the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) and the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA). These programs are designed to principally benefit very low, low- and moderate-income households and individuals with special needs as defined by HUD. To receive these funds the City must prepare a 5-year plan and strategy, known as a Consolidated Plan, to outline how the grant funds will be spent.

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