A group of concerned environmentalists is drawing up a plan to restore the Pequonnock River watershed and remove the 60-mile stream from the state’s list of impaired waterways. Their efforts require a close collaboration between Bridgeport, Trumbull and Monroe, the three towns the river flows through.
Representatives from the three communities are working together to create a watershed management plan that will need to be signed by the mayor and first selectmen. The final plan is scheduled to be ready by September.
Read more here: Towns join to restore Pequonnock River – Connecticut Post.