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Below are the "shovel-ready" projects for which this city submitted in the 2008 U.S. Conference of Mayors report. You can click on a project to read (and add to) its description. You can also discuss the project and vote on whether you believe it is critical or not.
The total cost of all the projects submitted by Middletown is $46,750,000
|Description||City||State||Jobs||Cost||Program Type||Vote Ratio|
|Construction of city parking lot. 280 spaces plans complete, bid in Feb. 09||Middletown||CT||40||$750,000||Streets/Roads||-7|
|Mattabasset Regionalization. Abandon 1970's sewage plant on CT River and tie into modern sewage plant 2 miles to north.||Middletown||CT||300||$25,000,000||Water||14|
|Straighten Country Club Road. Designed to eliminate 2 very bad curves.||Middletown||CT||100||$6,000,000||Water||-9|
|Completion of 8 soccer fields, to include 2 24/7 lighted turf fields. Land acquired, fully approved site work underway.||Middletown||CT||150||$4,000,000||CDBG||-22|
|Aqusition, demolition and relocation of blighted neighborhood. Implementation of fully approved Redevelopment Plan.||Middletown||CT||100||$3,500,000||CDBG||-8|
|Northend Homeownership Project. Completly designed and approved. Creation of 17 units of affordable housing in low to mod census tract.||Middletown||CT||100||$2,500,000||CDBG||-8|
|Use of landfill gas, solar panels and other forms of alternate energy to provide heat and electricity to city owned 184,000 sq.ft. brownfield building constructed in 1894.||Middletown||CT||200||$5,000,000||Energy||5|