Construction of a fish bypass in the Naugatuck River could finally begin this spring. It has been in the works for 14 years.
The Board of Selectmen last week voted on two final components that were holding up the project. According to First Selectman Kurt Miller, if the selectmen had not acted, the town was at risk of losing $4.7 million in state and federal aid for the project.
For more on this story, visit: Way cleared for fish bypass in Seymour- The New Haven Register – Serving New Haven, Connecticut.