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Miarah Jones, Chief Of Police Rovella, Jessica Reategui and Margaret Reategui
As a property management company located in the city of Hartford, we have made a generous effort to engage in more community events. The best place to start was with the Neighborhood Revitalization Zone. At these community meetings we will be able to speak with people living in the community and come up with ideas on how to make it a better place.
Jessica Reategui, Miarah Jones, Mayor Segarra and Maraget Reategui
Starting off this Holiday season we attended the Maple Ave NRZ Christmas party. We were able to network with many city officials, police officers, community leaders and Hartford residents. The food was catered by local restaurants located in the south end of Hartford to support their businesses and a food drive was also being held at the event.
At Rego we are more than just a home, we are a part of the city of Hartford and our goal for the New Year is to become diligently active and involved with the community we service.
Miarah Jones, Margaret Reategui, Jessica Reategui, Gov. Dan Malloy and CEO of Rego Realty Jose Reategui
On Wednesday night I and members of the Rego team attend an event for Governor Malloy hosted by La Casona. There was a buffet of delicious, authentic foods. I would expect nothing less than the best at La Casona. They have superb food and drinks at their restaurant. But the main allure that night was to see and hear Governor Malloy speak about his plans to continue to improve Hartford economically, socially and educationally for his next potential term. Malloy of course also encouraged all to vote on November 2. After listening to his speech it hit me that votes matter and I have the right to vote as well as an obligation to vote because I can make a difference.
I truly believe that acting out your right to vote has not become an area of importance in today’s society. Often time people feel as though their vote doesn't matter or are mistrusting of the government and therefore have no motivation to vote. This is quite unfortunate because this is one of the main ways to get our voices heard and make a difference.
The event was all in all a success in more than one way. We were able to interact with other community leaders and be reminded of the importance of voting. So no matter what your political views are make sure you get out and exercise YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE!