Senator Roraback Announces $3.1 Million in STEAP Grants Headed to 30th District

March 28, 2008

Hartford, CT – State Senator Andrew Roraback (R-Goshen) today announced that the following Small Town Economic Assistance Program (STEAP) grants have been awarded to 30th District towns.

Brookfield completion of a water distribution system that will serve the commercial business area in the Route 7/Commercial corridor $500,000
Canaan restoration and rehabilitation of the former Third Falls Village Methodist Church into the Falls Village Community and Cultural Center $200,000
Cornwall  implementation of a business façade and traffic calming program    $150,000
Goshen replacement the dam at Tyler Lake $400,000
Kent renovation and repair of the historic Swift House $92,000
Litchfield renovation of the town’s community playscape  $120,000
Litchfield upgrades to Litchfield Town Beach                                                                                   $90,000
Morris design and construction of additional improvements to the Morris Transfer stationas well as close the existing landfill $400,000
New Milford construction of road and sidewalk repairs or replacement on Church Street, Whittlesey Avenue, and Elm Street $276,025
Sharon construction of a new dog pound $305,000
Washington Town Beach at Lake Waramaug Revitalization Project $300,000
Winchester completion of pedestrian and civic improvements to the "Village Green" also known as East End Park $370,000