By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR — A year after a devastating fire consumed the former historic Housatonic Wire Co., the state has swooped in to save the day, allowing the remainder of the cleanup and demolition of the blighted property to get underway.
First Selectman Paul Roy announced Thursday that the state Department of Economic and Commercial Development has granted company owner Alex Budzinski a $200,000 loan to finish the remediation work.
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