Monday, April 20, 2015

Fish Bypass at Tingue Dam in Seymour open to the public starting Thursday

By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
Register Correspondent

SEYMOUR >> The long-awaited fish bypass channel on the Naugatuck River and an adjoining park will officially open to the public Thursday, and that’s no fish story.
The Board of Selectmen held a special meeting Tuesday and unanimously voted to accept the project, which has been dubbed the Paul Pawlak Sr. Fishway and Park at Tingue Dam. By accepting the project, the town officially has taken on responsibility for operation and maintenance of the facility, according to First Selectman Kurt Miller.

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