By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
DERBY >> A two-acre parcel of city-owned land near Derby High School is
the perfect place to build a 1-million gallon water tank.
That’s what officials from the South Central Connecticut Regional Water
Authority told the Board of Aldermen Thursday.
After 18 months of exploring 100 other sites in Ansonia, Derby and Seymour,
RWA’s Vice President of Asset Management Ted Norris said the site at the corner
of Chatfield Street and Nutmeg Avenue has risen to the top as the best choice to
build a much-needed water tank.
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