WASHINGTON, DC (WTNH) — Help is coming to some towns and cities along the Connecticut shoreline to prevent major damage from future storms.
The Federal Government is sending $11,000,000 to Connecticut as part of the Disaster Relief Bill. That bill was passed after Superstorm Sandy. The funds will help with flood mitigation projects. The goal is to prevent a repeat of Sandy’s destruction in future storms.
Here is a breakdown of where those funds will be dispersed:
- New Haven: $4.5 million
- Milford: $2.5 million
- West Haven: $2.1 million
- East Haven: $1.2 million
- Stratford: $310,000