Town gets funds from state for upgrades

KENT — New Kent Selectman Chris Garrity attended his first meeting of the board on Tuesday, Dec. 5. He was elected in November, replacing Michael Vanvalkenburg, who did not run for office again. 

First Selectman Bruce Adams reported that a $500,000 grant Kent was promised last year from the state’s Main Street Investment Fund will soon be made available to the town following months of uncertainty due to the budget war in Hartford. Kent’s Streetscape Committee plans to use this funding to repair sidewalks and revitalize Main Street.   

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