Sara Bronin Steps Down After 7 Years on Hartford’s Planning and Zoning Commission, Sets Sights on Housing Statewide

Photos of Sara C. Bronin, the Thomas F. Gallivan, Jr. Chair of Real Property Law, taken Thursday, September 28, 2017 at the UConn School of Law in Hartford. (G.J. McCarthy / UConn Foundation)


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“Zoning first arose 100 years ago in the 1920s to help to order the city, to separate uses from each other and frankly to separate people from people,” said Sara Bronin. “While Connecticut did not ha...

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