The Connecticut State Bond Commission is expected to approve funding for repairs and improvements to Connecticut recreation and maintenance facilities damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Tuesday the commission, which he chairs, will vote Friday on $1.7 million in bonds to replace metal roofs and install new windows and doors at Hammonasset State Park’s maintenance facility in Madison.
Some of the funds will also be used to make improvements to the state’s Marine District Headquarters in Old Lyme. The structural work is expected to also make the buildings more energy efficient.
The commission is also anticipated to approve an additional $1.4 million in bonds. Some of the funds will help close the sewage treatment plant at the Southbury Training School, which the governor’s office said is outdated.
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