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City eyes 2023 capital projects

City awaits decision on federal grant

The City of Shelton’s proposed capital improvement plan for 2023 calls for upgrading well No. 1, replacing downtown trees that are cracking sidewalks and removing two railroad crossings.

Jay Harris, the city’s Public Works director, gave a presentation on the proposed projects Tuesday at the Shelton City Council meeting.

The proposed plan includes $1 million to replace a 16- to 24-inch steel pipe from the city’s well No. 1 to the high school tank, replacing the pump, and improving the chlorine disinfection system and backup power generation. The design and specifications for the proje...


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