‘It’s happening quickly’: Griswold water, sewer project to start after $8 million from CT

Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz joined local officials Friday to highlight the $8,707,755 recently awarded to the Town of Griswold through the Community Investment Fund. The money will be used for a municipal water infrastructure project that will support more than 325 acres of commercial land along Route 164 and facilitate the Heritage River Village development, which will consist of affordable and age-restricted housing, new public facilities plus a YMCA and child development center. Griswold First Selectman Tina Falck said the new sewer system will be installed in early spring. At the same time, installation of the water line and water tower will go out to bid. Bids for the water line and tower are expected to be awarded in late April, with construction slated to begin in June or July. Falck hopes construction will be completed by late fall.


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