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Learn more about UConn’s plans for a $170 million Tech Park

December 5, 2012 Business, CTV 14 program listings, Local News Comments Off

You can learn more about the proposed Master Plan for the UConn Technology Park at an open meeting to be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Audrey P. Beck Municipal Building (Town Hall), located at the corner of Routes 195 and 275 (South Eagleville Road) in Storrs-Mansfield.

You can learn more about the  proposed Master Plan for the UConn Technology Park at an open meeting to be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Audrey P. Beck Municipal Building (Town Hall), located at the corner of Routes 195 and 275 (South Eagleville Road).  The info session will be held in the council chambers.

If you are unable to attend in person, you will be able to watch the info session live at this link:

http://townhallstreams.com/locations/mansfield-ct

… and on Charter Cable Community Access Channel 13.

You also will be able to view the recorded session through Charter On Demand for at least 31 days following the meeting.

Charter also will rebroadcast the recorded session several times – check listings at http://www.mansfieldct.gov/channel13 .

The UConn Technology Park will be located on a roughly 300-acre site on a portion of university property known as North Campus, which is bordered by Route 44 on the north, Route 195 on the east, North Eagleville Road on the south and a long stretch of forest, wetlands and other landscape features to the west.

The General Assembly has allocated $170 million in state bonds to pay for the design and construction of an initial facility at the tech park, which will be called the Innovation Partnership Building.

The building will include roughly 125,000-square feet for specialized research equipment, flexible-use laboratories and business incubator space.

The plan is to gradually build out the park with other facilities depending on the types of business partnerships that develop and the market demand for research space.

The Innovation Partnership Building is projected to open in 2015.

One aspect of the project that will affect the local community is construction of a new access road that is expected to relieve UConn-related traffic congestion on Route 195. This part of the project is in the design and permit process.

Based on a feasibility study, UConn has projected the tech park will create between 1,000 and 1,300 new jobs, both directly and indirectly related to the facility, within its first 10 years.

Questions? Please contact Planning and Community Development Assistant Jessie L. Neborsky at the Audrey P. Beck Municipal Building at 860-429-3330 during office hours.

Posted December 5, 2012

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How to make your own public access program

November 10, 2012 CTV 14 program listings, Local News Comments Off

Want to learn more? Charter Access TV 14 will offer an open house between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012 at the James W. Diaz Community Access Studio/Charter on Tuckie Road in North Windham, CT. Courtesy photo

CTV 14 is your Public Access channel. Residents, like you, from the Charter Communications service area can make their own programs with our equipment and then air them on the local cable access channel.

No prior experience is necessary; our professional producers will teach you how to use our video production studio, editing suites and portable cameras.

Studio time and equipment use is a free service for residents of the towns that Charter Communications serves:

Ashford, Brooklyn, Canterbury, Chaplin, Columbia, Coventry, Eastford, Hampton, Lebanon, Mansfield (Storrs), Pomfret, Scotland, Thompson, Willington, Windham (Willimantic) and Woodstock.

Want to learn more? We will offer an open house between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the James W. Diaz Community Access Studio/Charter in North Windham (207 Tuckie Road, North Windham, CT 06256)

Tour our studio and speak with the Public Access Studio Supervisor about making your own show (or volunteering to help with other projects).

Community Access TV is a great opportunity to get hands-on experience in video production, while providing our community with quality programming that isn’t available anywhere else.

Get involved with Community Access Television, call the studio today at 860-456-8500 or visit our web site at http://www.ctv14.com

Please note that advertising, solicitation of funds/products/services does not qualify for community access use. Call for complete details.

Posted November 10, 2012

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UConn Huskies victory parade is on!

April 14, 2011 Areawide, CTV 14 program listings, Sports Comments Off
A rally at Gampel for both the men's and women's basketball teams in 2009. HTNP.com file photo by Vito J. Leo

A rally at Gampel for both the men's and women's basketball teams in 2009. HTNP.com file photo by Vito J. Leo

As of about 1:30 p.m. today, enough funds were raised to make the Victory Parade for the NCAA Champions, the UConn Huskies, a go!

According to Executive Director of the Hartford Business Improvement District, Mike Zaleski, the final $25,000 to put on the parade came in today (April 14).

Tomorrow was the deadline for raising all the necessary funds, or the parade would have been canceled.

Zaleski attributed the influx of funds to “a desperate plea” put out via the media over the last couple of days.

In total, costs for the parade are expected to reach $50,000 – all of it raised from private sources – much of it for security, insurance, portable toilets and other necessities for a gathering that in the past has attracted upwards of 300,000 fans.

The parade is planned to kick off at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 17.

It is being organized by a number of organizations including the Metro Hartford Alliance and the Hartford Business Improvement District.

It will feature bands from around the state and will culminate in a rally on the steps of the State Capitol.

It will begin and end at the Capitol and wind its way around Bushnell Park and the surrounding streets.

This is the UConn men’s team’s third NCAA Championship. The latest victory was UConn’s 53-41 win over Butler on April 4, 2011.

The women’s team has won seven championships.

The heroes

According to the press release, as of 1:20 p.m. today, the following have contributed funds to the parade and rally (a full list of funding and in-kind donors will be released Friday):

  • Aetna;
  • Bank of America;
  • Billy Carlson Heating & Air Conditioning;
  • Buell Securities;
  • CATIC;
  • Connecticut Community Bankers Association;
  • Hartford Steam Boiler;
  • Hilton Hartford Hotel;
  • LAZ Parking;
  • Marriott Hartford Downtown;
  • Northeast Utilities;
  • People’s United Bank;
  • SNY;
  • The Hartford;
  • Travelers;
  • UConn Co-op;
  • United Technologies Corporation;
  • Virtus Investment Partners; and
  • The XL Center.

Parade route

The parade will step off at 3 p.m. from the Connecticut State Capitol Building and will travel north on Trinity Street alongside Bushnell Park, turn right onto Jewell Street, turn left onto Gold Street, turn right onto Main Street, and turn right onto Capitol Avenue before returning to the north steps of the Capitol Building for the outdoor Rally.

The team will travel the route atop a double-decker bus.

Many downtown parking garages and lots will offer discounted parking for spectators.

The Courant reports that CEO of the Hartford Parking Authority Mark McGovern said his agency will offer free parking at the Morgan Street garage on Sunday and a flat rate of no more than $6.50 at two garages on Church Street.

For a map of the parade route and more information, visit www.hartford.com.

Posted April 14, 2011 at 4:53 p.m.; updated at 5:10 p.m. with sponsors and parade route

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Charter’s Community Access Channel now ‘streaming,’ internship program begins

September 13, 2010 CTV 14 program listings, Local News Comments Off

tv-camera-and-microphone-graphicCTV14, Northeastern Connecticut’s Community Access Channel (on Charter Communications) has started streaming select local programming from the Web site www.ctv14.com

Click on the “watch” tab to see the programs you can watch online. Content will be updated, so check back often.

Free training

Our free video production training/internship program is also underway. Classes begin Sept. 14. If this session is full, you can apply for the next one.

Get hands-on experience in all aspects of video production in our TV studio. Help record community events and public affairs shows for airing on CTV14. You’ll even get the opportunity to use these new skills to produce your own Public Access program.

charter-tv-logoInternships are non-paid and are open on a first come, first served basis to residents in Charter Communications’ franchise area, which includes: Ashford, Brooklyn, Chaplin, Coventry, Canterbury, Columbia, Eastford, Hampton, Lebanon, Mansfield, Pomfret, Scotland, Thompson, Windham, Woodstock and Willington.

You also must be at least 16 years old to participate in the program.

Visit www.ctv14.com or call the Charter Communications’ Public Access line at 860-456-8500 for an internship application and more information.

The studio is located at 207 Tuckie Road in North Windham (off Route 6 near Wal-Mart).

Posted Sept. 13, 2010

CTV14 Community Access TV

December 31, 2007 Arts & Entertainment, CTV 14 program listings Comments Off

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The current program listings for CTV14 Community Access TV

Charter Communications CTV14 is Mansfield’s public access channel which is found on Channel 14 in the basic cable lineup.

For More Information

http://mansfield.htnp.com/arts_entertainment/public_access_tv/ctv14_listings.html

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In Mansfield, Get a jump on toy shopping

Over the Rainbow Toys in the East Brook Mall on the Mansfield/Willimantic town line is closing its doors at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 2, according to an e-blast sent to its customers today.

And between now and Nov. 2, shoppers will receive a 30 percent discount on all in-stock merchandise at the mall location – excluding Lego and Bruder toys.

UConn President responds to accusations school failed to act on sexual assault complaints

UConn President Susan Hebst. File photo.

There are circumstances under which the university should notify a student that another student who may have been suspended or expelled from campus will be returning, if they are returning. It is my understanding that this notification did not take place in a case that occurred three years ago and it should have. This process was corrected. – UConn President Susan Herbst

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