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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 Norwich is $19,800,000
|Description||City||State||Jobs||Cost||Program Type||Vote Ratio|
|City of Norwich Road Construction project plans and specifications are complete for 15 miles of qualifying federal aid streets. Work includes both milling and paving of existing roads. Contract award and construction can take place within 60 days of fund||Norwich||CT||15||$5,500,000||Streets/Roads||-6|
|City of Norwich Sidewalk Construction project includes 4 miles of sidewalks along several State Highways where no sidewalk exists. Since the opening of the casinos in adjacent communities, pedestrian traffic has increased dramatically, primarily by casino||Norwich||CT||15||$1,500,000||Streets/Roads||-9|
|Norwich Public Utilities Wastewater Facilities Upgrade project. The first phase, installation of equipment that will improve the ability of the plant to process waste and allow the plant to become basically energy independent is an estimated $8 Million e||Norwich||CT||30||$8,000,000||Water||8|
|Norwich Hospital Site Remediation. Environmental remediation of 60 acre Norwich State Hospital site in the southeastern section of the City (Laurel Hill section) for future development on site to create jobs, (both construction and new enterprise outlets)||Norwich||CT||350||$3,000,000||CDBG||-4|
|Dog Pound. Approved project to break ground in March.||Norwich||CT||25||$800,000||CDBG||-3|
|Brownfield Waterfront Cleanup for 26 Shipping Street. The City-owned brownfield is in a waterfront area with high redevelopment potential. The site which contains a vacant mill building with high redevelopment value has benefited from an investment||Norwich||CT||19||$500,000||CDBG||-1|
|Norwich Harbor Sea Wall Project. This project is under construction, however there are plans ready to go to convert from sheet steel pilings to prefabricated concrete block for final phase at Harbor on Thames River. This change was unforeseen and was req||Norwich||CT||40||$500,000||CDBG||2|