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Brookfield, Redding awarded STEAP grants

Several Greater Danbury area towns have been awarded grants from the state for infrastructure improvements, such as the road safety reconstruction projects, sewer and drainage upgrades, sidewalk and pedestrian safety enhancements, and other kinds of capital improvement projects.  $31.3 million in Small Town Economic Assistance Program grants were awarded this week to 77 municipalities. 

Brookfield was awarded half a million dollars in STEAP funding for the extension of the Brookfield Market Area Sewer System. This will be matched by $313,000 from the town.  $203,000 in STEAP funding was approved for Redding to install a walking and fitness path, with a matching $69,000 coming from Redding.

Bethlehem: $500,000 in state funding is approved for the reconstruction and replacement of the tennis court in the recreation area of the town hall. This will be matched by $100,000 from the town.

Bridgewater: $107,750 in state funding is approved for repairs and improvements to two municipal buildings. This will be matched by $28,000 from the town.

Easton: $244,000 in state funding is approved for new pickleball and tennis courts. This will be matched by $61,000 from the town.

Monroe: $500,000 in state funding is approved for the reconstruction of Old Zoar Road. This will be matched by $300,000 from the town.
Roxbury: $160,000 in state funding is approved for road improvements around town hall. This will be matched by $40,000 from the town.
Roxbury: $200,000 in state funding is approved for the bridge culvert replacement project on Squire Road. This will be matched by $50,000 from the town.
Roxbury: $80,000 in state funding is approved for the rehabilitation and improvements to the town’s Public Works building. This will be matched by $20,000 from the town.

Washington: $458,949 in state funding is approved for the renovation of a municipal building for the purposes of a daycare. This will be matched by $11,900 from the town.

Weston: $500,000 in state funding is approved for building renovations at the Weston Police Department. This will be matched by $264,926 from the town.

Woodbury: $85,000 in state funding is approved for the installation of sidewalks on Washington Avenue and School Street. This will be matched by $19,600 from the town.

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