By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR >> Two of the town’s worst roads are in line for a major
facelift this month.
Jay Lane, which Town Engineer Jim Galligan has called “the absolute worst”
road in town, followed by Patton Avenue, are slated to be reclaimed and repaved.
The Board of Selectmen this week awarded a contract to A&J Construction
of Brookfield, which was the lowest bidder for the job at $319,086. Three other
companies submitted bids for the job, including Cocchiola Paving of Oakville,
which bid $319,250; Complete Construction of Ansonia, which bid $344,600, and
Guerrera Construction of Oxford, which bid $425,715.
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