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Drones in the cubicle: Gov. Ned Lamont sees role of office towers in Connecticut cities changing as downtown shifts after pandemic

Barry Alexander, chairman and chief executive of Hartford-based Aquiline Drones, talks about plans to make Connecticut the drone capital of the country at a news conference Tuesday. At let is Glendowlyn Thames, deputy commissioner of the state Department of Economic and Community Development. (Kenneth R. Gosselin / Hartford Courant)


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