BROOKFIELD, Conn. — There's still time to cast your ballot, Brookfield. Voters can head to the polls Tuesday up until 8 p.m. to determine the fate of a streetscape project at the town's Four Corners intersection.
The resolution would $1.7 million to top off funding for the first phase of the project, which is estimated to cost $3.5 million. The majority of the funding would be covered covered by grants.
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. The voting locations are:
- District 1: Huckleberry Hill Elementary School, 100 Candlewood Lake Road
- District 2: Brookfield High School, 45 Longmeadow Hill Road
Look up your polling place by address here .
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.
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