By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
ANSONIA >> Mayor David Cassetti announced Thursday that the city has
secured $400,000 in funding to extend the popular Ansonia Riverwalk on Division
The money is coming from the Federal Highway Administration, which will
provide 80 percent, or $320,000, of the grant funding, while the city kicks in a
local share of 20 percent, or $80,000.
Cassetti said the project, dubbed Segment 8 of the Riverwalk, will include
construction of an additional 500 feet of paved multi-use trail atop the western
flood control dike. It will also include construction of a 130-foot pedestrian
bridge over the Metro-North railroad.
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