RIDGEFIELD, Conn. — Ridgefield residents went to the polls Tuesday and voted to approve the budgets for the town and schools for the next fiscal year, according to the Ridgefield Press.
The town budget of $46.7 million includes $34.7 million for town services — up about 2 percent — along with $12 million for town and school debt service, the Press said.
And the school budget totals $90.4 million, up nearly 5 percent, the Ridgefield Press said.
Voters also approved $1.875 million for roads and infrastructure as well as $4.3 million in capital spending, the Press said.
The capital projects include sidewalk and bridge work related to the Branchville Transit-Oriented Development plan; a parking lot off Prospect Ridge Road; sidewalk improvements; heavy equipment; building maintenance and two school projects.Click here to read the story at the Ridgefield Press.
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