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City to consolidate public works

City considered expanding current location

The City of Shelton is planning to move its congested public works yard from behind Loop Field and Evergreen Elementary School to a wooded 5-acre site that houses Well No. 1 at Shelton Springs Road and North 13th Street.

The "laydown yard" would just be the start for the transformation of the triangle-shaped piece of land just north of Mason General Hospital.

"All public works would be combined in one center," Public Works Director Jay Harris told the Shelton City Council on Jan. 17. The project would be conducted in three phases over the next nine years.

For 75 years, the city's public works...


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