Real Story: Controversy At Hartford City Hall

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Hartford City Council President Shawn Wooden talks about the controversy surrounding Jared Kupiec, the former aide to Mayor Pedro Segarra who resigned from his job but kept his city car without permission.

Below is a story about the issue from the Hartford Courant’s Jenna Carlesso. Read more at

HARTFORD — The city will seek as much as $3,000 in restitution from former chief of staff Jared Kupiec for damages to a city vehicle found parked in front of his home, officials said.

City officials, who originally had planned to send Kupiec a letter Tuesday notifying him that he must make reimbursement, said they will wait until the conclusion of a police investigation before pursuing the payment.

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