If you like process, you'll love this story.
Earlier this week, we reported that the city of Hartford's Planning and Zoning Commission had to do a do-over and re-vote on part of the $350 million plan to build a baseball stadium and related development Why? Because it didn't follow state law and give proper notice on an important stadium zoning vote in late October. So, it's voting again.
Now, a second city board, the Hartford Redevelopment Agency, has to re-vote, too.