Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Beacon Falls fire training school to share $26.2M in state funding

By Phyllis Swebilius
Register Staff
A planned fire training school in Beacon Falls is among five in the state in line to share $26.2 million, under a midterm budget proposed recently by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
The other facilities are Wolcott, Fairfield, Eastern Connecticut and Burrville, which is in Torrington. A new facility is being eyed for Cheshire to replace the one in Wolcott.

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