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PROVEN LEADERSHIP

Actions always speak louder than words. I encourage you to read through my track record and accomplishments that have taken place with my administration for this great city. Let my record speak for itself.

MEET NEIL

Learn about my history, my experiences, my accomplishments and my goals. I am proud of what I have accomplished for the citizens of Waterbury, but now I am eager to finish the job I have started. With your help, I can!

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Neil O'Leary added 2 new photos.

Director of Economic Development Joseph McGrath represented Mayor O'Leary last night at the Circle of Charity Dinner. Hartford Archbishop Leonard P. Blair presented a check for $20,000 from the Archbishop's Annual Appeal toward the renovation of the old St. Joseph's Community Center on John Street in the Brooklyn section of Waterbury. Plans are to renovate the center to provide a place for recreational and social activities for everyone in the neighborhood, from toddlers to seniors.
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Muni Insurance, Inc.This is wonderful!

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Wendy Tyson-WoodThank you for the updates.

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Water main break at Scott Road and East Main Street

A water main break was reported overnight in the vicinity of East Main Street and Scott Road. Crews from the Water Department are currently on scene. To repair the break, crews will have to shut off water in the area, and that is expected to affect homes and businesses along and extending from the East Main Street corridor near and possibly further east along East Main Street. This is a developing situation and we will provide further updates here. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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Marci Hankeygreat,

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Lisa A FortierUgg hope it doesn't reach us

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Marci Hankeywe have water

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Woodtick at Sharon Road intersection to have stops signs in every direction

To improve safety, the city will be installing stops signs in all directions at the intersection of Woodtick and Sharon roads on Thursday Sept. 29. In addition to the stop signs, all-way subplates and advanced warning signs will also be installed. Please keep this in mind as you approach this intersection.
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Jeff DefeoThank you this needs it.

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Sharon SeveriniThank god we need this

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Cheryl DelpierAmen

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Luticia Anderson-WardGood idea. Any idea when cooke street will be paved by fulton park. I was told when i called last year it was on the list. But Cooke close to Perkins and Boyden were done instead.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Our Projects

Record of success

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    New Businesses & Job Creation

    Since 2011, our Economic Development Team has brought more than 1,100 new jobs to Waterbury. We have

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    City Infrastructure

    Chase Avenue: The second phase of a state project to widen Chase Avenue began in Spring 2015. Reed

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    Brownfields & Neighborhood Revitalization

    Brownfields We remain the state’s leader in Brownfields identification and rede

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    Fiscal Responsibility

    Overall spending increase in 2015-16 budget just 0.64 percent. Annual average budget growth of 0.8

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    Health & Safety

    Police & Fire: Switched to Civilian Dispatch as of 2016. Savings of $1.8 m for e

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    Blight & Parks & Recreation

    Blight Task Force Mayor O’Leary formed the Blight Task Force in 2012. It works

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    Downtown Revitalization

    In 2014, Waterbury received a historic TIGER Grant. With plans already underway to improve the Waterb

Noteworthy highlights

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09Jul 1

City courting senior...

O'Leary sees benefit in families without school-age kids BY PENELOPE OVERTON REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN WATERBURY — With his kids grown and retirement lo

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09Jul 0

City acquires Risdon...

Sen. Murphy, mayor tour brownfields BY CALEB BEDILLION REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN WATERBURY — Waterbury has acquired the former Risdon Manufacturing site

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