BROOKFIELD, Conn. -- Brookfield First Selectman Steve Dunn and Project Manager Greg Dembowski will present details for the first phase of a streetscape project in the Four Corners Business District on Monday, Feb. 6.
The Referendum Issue Session will be held at 100 Pocono Road. The session will give residents an opportunity to learn and ask questions about the scope of the development before the referendum on Tuesday, Feb 7.
Voters will determine the fate of a resolution that would authorize $1.7 million for the first phase of the project. The projected cost for the first phase is $3.5 million. The balance between the two figures would be covered by grants.
The Four Corners has been an area Brookfield residents and officials have looked to address for decades. The project will include public sidewalks, lights, curbing, a bike path, parking and planters. Four Corners is one of the retail hubs of Brookfield, with many restaurants, boutique shops and other assorted businesses within a short radius.