Stratford voters defeat water control plant sale

Voters in Stratford have soundly defeated a plant to sell the Stratford Water Pollution Control Authority. Town officials had hoped to sell the plant and

The town had wanted to sell the Stratford

The town had wanted to sell the Stratford Water Pollution Control Authority and become part of the Greater New Haven Water Pollution Control Authority.

STRATFORD - Voters in Stratford have soundly defeated a plant to sell the Stratford Water Pollution Control Authority.

Town officials had hoped to sell the plant and become part of the Greater New Haven Water Pollution Control Authority.

However voters defeated the plan by a more than 3-to-1 margin.

Supporters had said the move would lead to lower water bills.

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