Construction work finally began this weekend for the long-sought accessibility improvements at Gosinski Park. Construction crews will be working each day, starting at 9 a.m., until the work is completed. Some residents have been coming out to watch the work taking place. For the two months that this construction is underway, eight residents were relocated to idle capacity units, with the state reimbursing moving costs. Klimas plans, in the near future, to invite Gov. Ned Lamont, Department of Housing Commissioner Sella Mosquera-Bruno and Mayor Joe Kilduff to hold a groundbreaking ceremony. Gosinski Park was originally built in 1965 and additional units were added in 1968. The project will see six units become fully ADA accessible, while another 54 units will also see “substantial” renovations.