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Danbury set to break ground on pocket park soon

The design phase for Danbury's new pocket park is in the finishing stages. The park is next to the police station and will be designed to commemorate police officers and firefighters who lost their lives in the line of duty serving the City.  Mayor Mark Boughton says the pocket park would be a nice green space for the neighborhood while revitalizing that part of Main Street.


Boughton called a restful place for people to visit. He's been asked why there is no parking planned for the site, and says that's because it is intended as a destination that people can walk to.


Boughton expects shovels in the ground by late March or early April.  The construction is expected to take about three months to complete.  


A water feature will be visible as drivers come down Main Street.  Boughton says that will serve as a gateway to City Center.

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