Brookfield registered voters and property owners unanimously approved a at a town meeting Wednesday night. The 1,900-linear-foot extension off is budgeted at $397,800, to be bonded and repaid by the users over a .
[Residents also voted on () and Wednesday night.]
With the approval, the bidding process can begin to get the new water line installed this year in conjunction with a public sewer system extension down the commercial road.
According to the town’s water consultant, Martin Handshy, the 13 property owners on Del Mar Drive “came to the town and requested that it be a project,” he said, adding that he is “very comfortable that this is a good number [$397,800] and the goal is to come in under it.”
Handshy also noted the timing of the project, stating that it would make sense to do it now “so that Del Mar Drive isn’t repaved and repaved again.”
The 83 registered voters and two property owners in attendance Wednesday night approved the project unanimously with no discussion.