Connecticut town receives $5.33M stimulus for water treatment plant

05/1/2009 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

The town of Stafford, Conn., will receive $5.33 million in stimulus loans and grants for the overhaul of its water treatment plant. The $11.9 million project includes mechanical, electrical and structural work on the plant built in 1972. "The town of Stafford is going to have a state-of-the-art treatment plant by the time we're done," said Michael Waugh, chairman of the water pollution control authority.

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