Hartford's newly elected mayor is unveiling his new transition team.
Luke Bronin said he'll form a number of committees to look at what's best for city hall and the city.
He said he won't be sworn in until January 1, 2016. However, he's already making plans.
His groups will take a look at personnel changes as well as the finances of the city.
Bronin will replace outgoing Mayor Pedro Segarra, who lost the election earlier this month.
Bronin said he's not cleaning house, but there will be changes.
"I've said from the start folks can expect some change," he told Eyewitness News. "I'll be bringing in a number of new people for my team. I also think it's important that it makes sense to make sure there is continuity."
He said he has plans to hold two town hall meetings in December to hear from residents and the community.
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