Input sought on Byram flooding issues

As the Byram River flooding issue continues to be a local concern, the Pemberwick-Glenville Association is asking town residents to share their input on the topic.

An online questionaire is now available for answers and association members say community reflections will help the town and Army Corps assess the types and magnitude of measures to control flooding in the area and determine who will be required to pay the town’s share of the cost of improvements.

According to the Pemberwick-Glenville Association, if a reasonable amount of residents do not contribute to the questionnaire, the town runs the risk of having the project stopped altogether. In order to participate, visit surveymonkey.com/s/Byram_River_Study. If the connection does not work, visit the town’s website at greenwichct.org and navigate to the Department of Public Works Engineering pages where all of the information about the project as well as a link to the questionnaire page can be found.

Additionally, a hard copy of the questionnaire can be obtained from the Engineering Office in Town Hall on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., or a copy may be requested from the Pemberwick-Glenville Association. If assistance filling out the form is needed, the Engineering Office may be contacted at 203-622-7767.

The deadline for the questionnaire is Friday, March 15.

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