Middlebury to see water, sewer work

THIS WATER RESERVOIR on Middlebury’s Chipman Hill was built in 1928 and sits below the current reservoir. Middlebury Public Works is planning a new water tank that will be located on the western side of this reservoir, which will be drained after amphibians are moved from the site. Independent photo/John S. McCright

The town of Middlebury is preparing to invest millions in its water, sewer and transportation infrastructure, a to-do list that will benefit this year from $2.1 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) money.

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