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Point Stratford Plans Move Forward With Possible $500,000 Grant

Rep. Laura Hoydick (R-120), is helping to make Point Stratford a reality by working closely with the DEEP and other lawmakers.
Rep. Laura Hoydick (R-120), is helping to make Point Stratford a reality by working closely with the DEEP and other lawmakers. Photo Credit: Contributed

STRATFORD, Conn. -- There may be hope for Point Stratford to move forward with its plans to become one of the area's premiere shopping and residential areas with the help of an anticipated $500,000 grant to help clean up the contaminated site, according to the Connecticut Post.

State Rep. Laura Hoydick, who represents Stratford's 120th House district, said the grant from the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection would go a long way toward cleaning up the spilled lubricants, hydraulic fluids, paints, metal shavings, fuels, thinners and other toxic waste at the once industrial site, added the Connecticut Post.

Official approval of the grant will be held on Jan. 29, when the Bond Commission meets to consider its passage, said the Connecticut Post.

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