Milford aldermen OK $20 million for school and sewer upgrades

Funding is in place for some $20 million worth of improvements citywide. The Board of Aldermen, at its meeting Monday, approved some $20 million worth of bonds to cover improvements of sanitary sewers and wastewater facilities ($3 million) and various public and school upgrades ($16.2 million). Blake said the $3 million sewer improvement section will be used to upgrade Rogers Avenue Sanitary Pump Station, including replacement of pumps, removing a buried oil tank, and design materials and construction costs. Director of Finance Peter Erodici said the city’s total bond principal stands at $170 million as of June 30, 2021, and it includes the clean water fund loans.

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