The fact that a single taxpayer dollar is being spent on this Amazon pitch makes the blood boil

 "The remains of Father Panik village, one of the most famous drug spots in the Northeastern United States. The housing project was torn down and its residents relocated in an attempt to stop drug traffic. In the mid-1990s"

"The remains of Father Panik village, one of the most famous drug spots in the Northeastern United States. The housing project was torn down and its residents relocated in an attempt to stop drug traffic. In the mid-1990s"

Connecticut state and municipal employees are collaborating to pitch for Amazon's new headquarters. Proposed cities: Hartford, Danbury, Bridgeport (!) and Stamford.

Not a single one of those cities, or Connecticut itself, for that matter, is in the running, or ever will be, and the politicians involved know that. Better they send those assigned to the task of drawing up such futile campaigns to picking up litter off the streets — we'd be getting something for the money, at least.