Newtown will receive nearly $136,000 following a dispute resolution with Community Center vendors. The Newtown Bee reports that the money will be applied to a special fund created by the Legislative Council to reimburse funds for furnishings and equipment. Litigation was initiated last fall when informal negotiations reached an impasse. The parties involved were the town, Caldwell & Walsh Building Construction, Quisenberry Arcari Architects and Amara Associates. The Public Building and Site Commission, among other issues, discovered key construction and material were not included in designs and had to be retrofitted into the community center. The published reports says some of the issues, cracking tiles in the pool area and an oversized fire pump, remain.