On Your Ballot 11/6/18

November 1, 2018

Water Pollution Control Plant

On the November 6th, 2018 election, residents of Danbury will be asked to answer the following question:

“Shall the $102,600,000 appropriation and bond authorization for the construction, reconstruction, upgrades, replacement, and rehabilitation to the Water Pollution Control Plant and facilities system be approved?”

Technical information already available and on file regarding this proposal may be found at the Danbury Public Utilities Department webpage.

 

 

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