Voters pass $15.7 million Plainville water pollution project

Less than 250 voters showed up to the polls Tuesday to decide on a $15.7 million upgrade project to the town’s water pollution control facility in order to comply with the state-mandated removal of phosphorus. Town Manager Robert Lee said 193 people voted yes while 31 voted no on the project. Bids for construction are expected to be received by March with a start date for the project as soon as May. The project is expected to take two years to complete.$15-7-million-Plainville-water-pollution-project.html

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