Riverfront Park Will Receive Grant for Boathouse

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The state bond commission will be approving more than $2.2 million grant to Riverfront Park's proposed two-story boathouse.

According to state Senator Steve Cassano, the bonding is the culmination of decades of work between Glastonbury and the state and federal officials to clean up a major brownfield pollution site on the riverfront and hand it back to the people for their use and enjoyment.

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