A new teen center at the Boys & Girls Club and improvements at the Yerwood Center are among projects that will be funded by nearly $6 million in state bonds that legislators expect to be approved next week.
Upgrades at the two community centers, which will cost $4.4 million, were among the statewide projects that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, a Stamford native and former mayor, chose for bonding. The State Bond Commission is to allocate the money Tuesday at the state capitol.
Mayor David Martin announced tentative plans for a Boys & Girls Club teen center, to be built at the Mary C. Rich Clubhouse on Stillwater Avenue, at a West Side community meeting last month.