View of Norwalk Harbor from the water. Photo by Caryn B. Davis The third and final phase of the Norwalk Harbor dredging project will get under way this October [2013], but its scope will be curtailed, according to the Norwalk Harbor Management Commission (NHMC).

“It’s 150,000 cubic yards that needs to be dredged to bring the harbor to its authorized depth, from the Stroffolino Bridge out to the mouth of the Norwalk Harbor. Norwalk only has federal dollars to do 80,000 cubic yards,” said John T. Pinto, chairman of the NHMC Dredging Committee. “We’re going to take 80,000 cubic yards out and get our best bang for the buck.”

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