The Water Pollution Control authorities in Trumbull and Bridgeport approved a contract in March that will hopefully end the hostility over what Trumbull residents have to pay the city to treat their sewage.

The Trumbull Town Council is expected to review the deal, along with the Board of Finance, at its meeting Monday, April 4.

"It will be a joint meeting where we will discuss the settlement that the two WPCAs have reached," said Board of Finance Chairwoman Elaine Hammers. "A lot of us haven't heard the details so we'll be hearing it for the first time in executive session and then hopefully we'll come back to vote on it in public...

"It's confidential until the deal is settled and officially approved," she added.

Town Attorney Dennis Kokenos will explain the contract to the Town Council and the Board of Finance.

According to minutes of the Trumbull WPCA meeting on March 15, the deal was discussed in executive session and there was a vote for approval.
Before the conditions of the settlement are publicized, it must gain approve in Trumbull as well as the Bridgeport City Council.