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ANNOUNCEMENT THAT WILL DRAMATICALLY CHANGE NEW HAVEN AND THE REGION

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ANNOUNCEMENT THAT WILL DRAMATICALLY CHANGE NEW HAVEN AND THE REGION

Time: November 9, 2010 from 9:30am to 10am
Location: Your Computer
Website or Map: http://www.ournewhaven.org
Event Type: public, annoucement
Organized By: City of New Haven
Latest Activity: Nov 9, 2010

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ALERT: THE COUNTDOWN BEGINS FOR AN ANNOUNCEMENT THAT WILL DRAMATICALLY CHANGE NEW HAVEN AND THE REGION - THIS WILL BE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT ANNOUNCEMENT EVER MADE IN NEW HAVEN

You are invited to join us for this historic announcement tomorrow at 9:30AM, streamed live at: www.ournewhaven.org
If you sign up you will receive a reminder 1 hour before the announcement.
John DeStefano, Jr. City Of New Haven Mayor

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 8, 2010
-MEDIA ADVISORY-

THE COUNTDOWN BEGINS FOR AN ANNOUNCEMENT THAT WILL DRAMATICALLY CHANGE
NEW HAVEN AND THE REGION – THIS WILL BE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT
ANNOUNCEMENT EVER MADE IN NEW HAVEN

WHO: Mayor John DeStefano, Jr.
Dr. Reginald Mayo, Superintendent of Schools
Special guests including national and state elected officials, CEOs,
Presidents of institutions, New Haven Residents, Educators, More than
200 students and other very recognizable leaders representing national,
regional and local communities

WHAT: At this event, a groundbreaking announcement will be made that
will answer the questions: “What makes a city great? What does it take
to help move an entire city forward into a new generation?” This will
be an announcement of national interest that will change New Haven and
the region forever. The details of the announcement are being kept
confidential until the Tuesday morning event. This event will be shown
live on several City-operated websites and will be viewed by every
student at every New Haven Public School because the subject of this
event will completely change their lives, their families and their
neighborhoods.

WHERE: Streamed Live via www.ournewhaven.org

WHEN: Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at 9:30 a.m.

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Comment by Roger Senserrich - CAHS on November 9, 2010 at 12:12pm
Whew. It was BIG. Time to discuss what can be done with this. Tons of potential!
Comment by Geoffrey Pan on November 8, 2010 at 7:20pm
Michelle Rhee moving to New Haven? :-p
Comment by Roger Senserrich - CAHS on November 8, 2010 at 6:35pm
Can we place bets? Make guesses? :)
Comment by Lee Cruz on November 8, 2010 at 1:49pm
Sorry, not my annoucement to disclose, if you miss it at 9:30am watch the news, If all goes as planned it will make the local and national news.
Comment by Geoffrey Pan on November 8, 2010 at 1:33pm
What's the big announcement? I'll be in a meeting all day.

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