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Mr. C. Roger Moss

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Director

East Hartford Community Cultural Center
50 Chapman Place
East Hartford, Connecticut 06108
United States

Company Description: EHCCC makes its facilities available to outside groups and events. Those interested in renting the facility can download the EHCCC Rental Application Form on-line....   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Master
    Southern Connecticut State University
  • Bachelors Degree
    Springfield College
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East Hartford Community Cultural Center Page
www.ehccc.com, 23 April 2014 [cached]
C. Roger Moss, Director
Tel: (860) 282-8241 Email: info@ehccc.com
Roger Moss - ...
www.podunkbluegrass.net, 24 Dec 2012 [cached]
Roger Moss - Promoter
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C. Roger Moss
So those two things make it ...
www.norwichbulletin.com, 17 June 2012 [cached]
So those two things make it difficult," said C. Roger Moss, director of recreation and producer of the Podunk Bluegrass Festival in East Hartford since 2004.
Moss said it costs about $150,000 to host the festival, which is run by volunteers. When the festival was held in East Hartford, presenting sponsors for several years were Pratt and Whitney and USA Hauling & Recycling, based in Enfield.
But when organizers moved the festival to Norwich earlier this year, Moss said, big-name backers declined to come back because they didn't have employees in the area.
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Moss said he's met with local businesses to drum up support for the event, and he expects more interest as its opening draws closer.
"People still don't know who we are, what we are and what the value is of having us here, but it's going to happen," Moss said.
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"A bluegrass festival is just ideal, so when Roger approached us, we were definitely on board."
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Moss said officials are considering other incentives to lure in sponsors, including use of the stadium's skyboxes as corporate suites. He also has applications in with major businesses, such as Subway and Stop & Shop, for marketing opportunities.
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So those two things make it difficult," said C. Roger Moss, director of recreation and producer of the Podunk Bluegrass Festival in East Hartford since 2004.
Moss said it costs about $150,000 to host the festival, which is run by volunteers. When the festival was held in East Hartford, presenting sponsors for several years were Pratt and Whitney and USA Hauling & Recycling, based in Enfield.
But when organizers moved the festival to Norwich earlier this year, Moss said, big-name backers declined to come back because they didn't have employees in the area.
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Moss said he's met with local businesses to drum up support for the event, and he expects more interest as its opening draws closer.
"People still don't know who we are, what we are and what the value is of having us here, but it's going to happen," Moss said.
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"A bluegrass festival is just ideal, so when Roger approached us, we were definitely on board."
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Moss said officials are considering other incentives to lure in sponsors, including use of the stadium's skyboxes as corporate suites. He also has applications in with major businesses, such as Subway and Stop & Shop, for marketing opportunities.
Norwich - The city plans an ...
www.theday.com, 28 Aug 2014 [cached]
Norwich - The city plans an appeal of a decision by state labor officials that directs the city to rehire fired former recreation director C. Roger Moss, according to Norwich Human Resources Director Brigid Marks.
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Moss was fired by City Manager Alan Bergren in November after less than two years on the job for what Bergren described in a termination letter as "poor judgment" and false statements made in response to some allegations.
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Among other allegations, Moss was accused of using a city vehicle for personal use, allowing softball players to drink beer at a city-sponsored banquet and using a city-owned grill, propane tanks and tent for a Podunk Bluegrass Festival fundraiser in Berlin. Moss is the executive director of the annual festival, which was held in Norwich in 2012.
His firing was quickly appealed by the Municipal Employees Union Independent, Local 506, which argued the termination did not follow progressive discipline standards and that Moss' only review by the city was "outstanding."
The state Board of Mediation and Arbitration, in an Aug. 15 decision, ruled that the city did not establish "just cause" to support a charge of insubordination against Moss. In this case, the board ruled, "to be punished as severely as it was here, the alleged insubordination must be accompanied by a willful and deliberate defiance of management's authority."
The panel, in its arbitration award, reduced Moss' firing to a suspension without pay and ordered Moss to be reinstated to his former position without back pay.
"I hope to get back to work as soon as possible," Moss said Wednesday. "I was hired to be the recreation director, and that's what I want to get back to doing. Not knowing what was going to happen for nine months has been difficult."
Moss acknowledged one of the areas he needed to improve on is communication, but said, "All in all I think I was doing a good job. I've learned from those mistakes and will do a better a better job to right that ship ... and do the best job I know how to serve the residents of Norwich."
"I love being able to provide services to the community I work for," he said.
Prior to his job in Norwich, Moss was the director of Parks and Recreation for East Hartford for 15 years.
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Danielle McMullen, a representative from the MEUI, said by email, "the Panel ordered the City to reinstate Mr. Moss and they need to act on this immediately."
C. Roger Moss, ...
easthartfordct.virtualtownhall.net, 20 Jan 2010 [cached]
C. Roger Moss, Director Roger has been the Director of the Parks & Recreation Department since 1996. He holds a Bachelors Degree from Springfield College and a Master's from Southern Connecticut State University.
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