This Monday through Friday, The Courant editorial page proposes a blueprint for more effective regional cooperation in Greater Hartford and around the state. An agenda for the state will follow next week.
The series begins here: Agenda 2010: Little Fiefdoms Or Powerhouse Region? — Courant.com.
It continues here on Tuesday:
Since the end of World War II, central Connecticut has been beset by suburban sprawl. Hartford has lost almost a third of its peak population, while former rural towns have boomed, although with low-density, auto-driven development.