Hartford Stadium Plan Critics March

Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project.  Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
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Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project.  Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
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Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project.  Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
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Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project.  Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
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Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project.  Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
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Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project.  Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
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Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project.  Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
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Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.
Critics of Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra's Rock Cats stadium plans marched to city hall for a public hearing on the purchase of land for the project. Some marchers doubt the mayor's assertion that he is creating a plan that will put less of the $60-million price tag on the backs of taxpayers. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

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