The town's road restoration project is "making a lot of progress," according to First Selectman Bill Brennan. At Tuesday's regular Board of Selectmen's meeting, Mr. Brennan said five miles of the town's roads have "already been paved" since July 1. "In past years, we've only had about 2.8 miles done by this time, so we're off to a good start," he said.
Tom Thurkettle, Wilton's director of public works, said there are three more months left of the paving season. "After that, we will start back up again in the spring," he said.