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CT: Connecticut’s largest saltmarsh to be restored using Superfund moneye

By Gregory B. Hladky – Hartford Courant – August 20, 2019
State and federal officials plan to use more than $1 million from Superfund penalty settlements to restore the largest remaining saltmarsh in Connecticut at the mouth of the Housatonic River in Stratford. Most of the money is coming from environmental penalties paid because of major pollution at the location of the Lordship Point Gun Club, formerly known as the Remington Gun Club, and at the old Raymark Industries site. Read full story here.

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