After Years of Neglect, Connecticut Moves Closer To Doing the Right Thing for Long Island Sound
The committee's decision has to go to the General Assembly for approval. The Danbury News Times has a brief story about it, here. The money, of course, would go toward fixing sewage plants and other infrastructure throughout the state, including the sewage plants that empty into Long Island Sound, which I wrote about here and lots of other places.
Labels: Clean Water Fund