There was no spillage from underground fuel tanks in Ridgefield. First Selectman Rudy Marconi told the Ridgefield Press that the fuel depot was checked monthly as they reached their life expectancy. The state ordered the tanks replaced in March, bumping up the town's plans from next year to this year. When residents vote in a referendum next week, one of the capital items on the ballot will be $400,000 to do the job. The Press reports that the price tag includes about $77,000 for a temporary fueling system.