It’s a point of pride for Nutmeggers, the sometimes stark differences between each of Connecticut’s 169 cities and towns.
One of the biggest challenges facing the Bridgeport region is the sewer system. Bridgeport’s system is in need of updating, Trumbull needs to find a way to lower its sewage costs, and Monroe doesn’t have one at all. Municipal leaders have floated different ideas for combining sewage systems but no officials plans have been proposed.
For more on this story, visit: Towns make wary, fitful moves to regionalize – Connecticut Post.