Say “Abe Giles’ way,” and that might mean different things to different people.
For some, that “way” could be a reminder of how hard the former state representative worked for the people of Hartford’s North End. For others, it might be the less reputable “way” of a man who pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors but got no jail time for his role in the corruption case of former Mayor Eddie Perez.
And soon — there could be something else. The city council is considering naming the corner of Windsor and Main Streets after Giles, who died last year.
It would be called “Abraham L. Giles Way.”