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Residents weigh in on ballot questions

Danbury residents signed off on a more than $102 million appropriation and bond authorization for the construction, upgrades and replacement to the water pollution control plant and facilities system.  Mayor Mark Boughton says the challenge now is figuring out how much state grant money will be available to offset the cost. 

Residents in New Milford have approved the single question about all of the recommendations in a report from the Charter Revision Commission.  New Milford residents also agreed to borrow $6.5 million for the proposed renovation and expansion of the Library, with the balance of the project to be funded by grants and private contribution.

Ridgefield residents approved $48 million in bonding for improvements to the wastewater treatment plant.  Some proposed Charter revisions were approved, others have been rejected.

Newtown residents have approved $14.8 million in bonding for the construction and development of a new police station, including the acquisition of buildings and land at 191 South Main Street and 61 Pecks Lane. 

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