Over $2.6 million used by Bridgeport city to upgrade public works facilities in 2018


A lot of project have been completed this year in Bridgeport, and Monday night, council heard a report on the past year’s work. 

The city engineer gave her annual report citing over $2.6 million in renovations made to the pubic works department throughout the city.

This includes, storm water upgrades, repairing breaks in sewage lines, and various paving projects, among other things.

“We got some work on our water system, up at our tanks that come from Clarksburg. And we’re also working with the state on some storm water design studies coming down Bridgeport Hill on route 50, to alleviate a lot of the flooding,” said Beth Fox the city engineer. 

Council is also working on finalizing the finances for the Recreational Complex. A final special meeting will be held Dec. 18th to approve the plans.

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