Posts Tagged ‘ Mattabassett ’

Lawmaker: City’s Admission to Regional Sewer Board a ‘Done Deal’

Aug 27th, 2013 | By

Cromwell residents blasted a deal to allow Middletown to join the Mattabassett Sewer District at a public hearing held by its board of selectmen Wednesday, says a town selectman, in a decision that’s largely been made, according to the lawmaker who co-sponsored the bill.

Cromwell Could OK Middletown Joining Mattabassett Sewer Authority

Aug 21st, 2013 | By

The public hearing Wednesday to vote on whether to accept a charter revision allowing Middletown to join the regional wastewater authority is expected to be an animated one. For more on this story, visit: Cromwell Could OK Middletown Joining Mattabassett Sewer Authority – Government – Berlin, CT Patch.

Middletown Common Council to Vote on Sending $37M Mattabassett District Project to Referendum

Aug 5th, 2012 | By

The common council will vote Monday on sending the cost to build a pipeline connecting the city to the Mattabassett District Sewage Treatment Plant — $37 million — to referendum in November. The proposed project includes building a new pump station off East Main Street in Middletown, building a pipeline along Route 9 connecting to

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Torrington company wins $93 million contract for upgrade and expansion of Mattabassett treatment plant

May 31st, 2012 | By

CROMWELL — The Mattabassett District water pollution control facility will be undergoing a major renovation and expansion project and a Torrington-based company has been chosen to do the job, the company announced Thursday. The Water Pollution Control Authority has selected C.H. Nickerson & Co.’s $93 million bid for the work. For more on this story,

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Middletown: Mattabassett District Says It Could Vote Soon To Include Middletown

Nov 14th, 2011 | By

Voters approved spending $13.2 million to join the Mattabassett District by a 2-1 margin in the Nov. 8 election, and the district’s chairman said his board can vote to include the city once the payment is received. District Chairman William Candelori said the strong voter approval shows support for a plan that is the most

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