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Meeting tonight on Ridgefield wastewater treatment plant upgrades

Ridgefield's wastewater treatment plant needs improvements.  Planning for the upgrades and capital needs has been underway for several years.  Ridgefield residents will get a chance to officially weigh in on the upgrades during a referendum vote scheduled for November. 

 

The project is estimated to cost $48-million, but grant funding could lower that figure to $37.5 million.  The grant deadline requires the project designed, bidded out and contract awarded by July. 

 

The two wastewater treatment facilities would be combined, closing the Route 7 facility.  Sewage would be routed to the South Street facility through a three-mile pipe, and that facility would be upgraded to meet new state and federal phosphorous removal guidelines. 

 

An informational meeting is being held tonight at 7pm in Ridgefield Town Hall.

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