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According to a letter from Department of Corrections director Charles Ryan to Gov.
Urban Compass | Finance Control Board
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Outgoing former Mayor Charles Ryan also recommended Fitchet for the permanent job at a press conference last November, and then issued a very solid plea for the same at a November 29 control board meeting.
United States Supreme Court Considering Whether to Recognize A Federal Constitutional Right to the Effective Assistance of State Habeas Counsel â€” Kirschbaum Law Firm, LLC
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On June 6, 2011, in Martinez v. Ryan, No. 10-1001, the United States Supreme Court granted the petitioner's petition for a writ of certiorari to review the decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
The respondent, Charles L. Ryan, is the Director of the Arizona Department of Corrections.
A ruling in favor of the petitioner in Martinez v. Ryan
, No. 10-1001, would necessarily overrule Pennsylvania v. Finley to the extent to which state criminal defendants are prohibited from raising federal ineffective assistance of trial counsel claims on direct appeal from their criminal convictions.
Urban Compass | Blog Archive | The “Renaissance” Board
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Springfield Mayor Charles Ryan
Mayor Charles Ryan: Good afternoon, everybody.
Springfield Mayor Charles Ryan
Thank you, Mayor Ryan.
I think that is absolutely critical, and as we go forward, as someone who, as Mayor Ryan said, comes from a sister city, like Springfield, I know the incredible assets and energy that this city possesses.
These three new members will work with Mayor Ryan, and City Council President Kateri Walsh, who will continue in their ex-officio roles, and they are vital ones on the control board, and their common efforts to follow through on the promise this city has developed in the last three years.
I am looking forward to sitting on the board, and working in partnership with Mayor Ryan, the local officials, the legislative delegation, the business community, and the residents of the city of Springfield.
Patrick: [To Mayor Ryan] Enough?
Urban Compass | Press conferences
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Last fall, former Mayor Charles Ryan and Finance Control Board executive director Stephen Lisauskas announced that in the event of the departure of now-former Police Commissioner Edward Flynn, Fitchet would be appointed a second time as an acting commissioner. (more...)
A brief media alert from Mayor Charles Ryan's office mentions little except the names of officials who will be present at today's announcement regarding the future of the building, including Mayor Ryan, Finance Control Board Executive Director Stephen Lisauskas, Old First Church Moderator Susan Saunders, Chairman of the Old First Church Board of Trustees Robert Walker, and Assistant Chairwoman of the Old First Church Board of Trustees Carol Casartello.
Mayor Charles Ryan at City Hall. Photo by H Brandon
Present at the press conference alongside Mayor Ryan were City Councilors Tim Rooke and Bud Williams.
A press event was scheduled for 2:00 pm at Baystate Health's corporate offices, 280 Chestnut Street, with state and local officials: Springfield Mayor Charles Ryan; Allan Blair of the Western Massachusetts Economic Development Council; Dr. Paul Friedmann, Executive Director of the Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute; State Representative John Scibak (pictured right) of South Hadley; and Daniel O'Connell (pictured left), Secretary of Housing and Economic Development. (more...)
Mayor Charles Ryan, CDO David Panagore, and others were present to make the announcement.
Blogger Bill Dusty reported that he
would try to make it and provide some coverage (see below).
At a meeting of the Springfield Finance Control Board today, Mayor Charles Ryan and control board executive director Stephen Lisauskas were empowered, by a unanimous vote, to appoint immediately an acting police commissioner "should the need arise."
Following the meeting, Mayor Ryan and Lisauskas together announced that in the event of Police Commissioner Edward Flynn's resignation, they would appoint Deputy Chief William Fitchet as acting commissioner.
In early 2005, when Fitchet (as acting commissioner) was passed over in favor of the selection of Flynn for the top post, Mayor Ryan called Fitchet a "bridge of integrity and steadfastness" between the administration of former Police Chief Paula Meara and newly-hired Commissioner Flynn.
A release from Springfield Mayor Charles Ryan's office states that the city's in-house street sweeping is set to begin, following the termination on September 30 of the city's outsourced, three-year, $1.2 million contract with American Sweeping Co., as was announced last July by Mayor Ryan a week after mayoral candidate and currently city councilor Domenic Sarno had called for it publicly.
Regarding the new Community Complaint Review Board: 22News has a report by Lynn Barry offering a sense of how well-attended yesterday's announcement was in City Hall; MassLive.com's Kristen Beam has a podcast with Mayor Ryan yesterday afternoon in which there is discussion of the announcement; and Peter Goonan has an article in today's paper outlining additional details.
The building, 268-284 Dwight Street Extension and 40 Oswego Street, has been considered derelict and dilapidated for a long time, according to Mayor Charles Ryan's press release.
Bulldozers are scheduled to strike the building during the press conference.
Read about a Boston Urban Land Institute panel's proposals for the neighborhood here, in relation to what the newly vacant space(s) might become.
Later today, Mayor Ryan will announce details concerning the creation of a Community Complaint Review Board for the Springfield Police Department.
At a press conference today, Springfield Mayor Charles Ryan, Police Commissioner Edward Flynn, board members of the non-profit Springfield Media and Telecommunications Group and others were on hand to announce a new Internet network to be built in the city to serve a number of functions, initially enhanced public safety.
Within the next four months, Mayor Ryan said he anticipates that ten to 15 of these cameras will be installed, starting in the downtown area.
A press conference has been scheduled at Springfield City Hall this morning at 11:00 am with Mayor Charles Ryan, Finance Control Board Executive Director Stephen Lisauskas, and Police Commissioner Edward Flynn (pictured, on the cover of the current Business West).