Stratford is set to receive nearly $150,000 in state money to improve its roads.
On Friday, the State Bond Commission is expected to approve $15 million in Town Aid for Roads (TAR) grants, of which Stratford's portion is $148,436.73.
"These funds help stabilize local property taxes and put people to work on projects that need to be done," Stratford said in a statement. "Town Aid Road grants are especially important, allowing communities like Stratford to maintain our roads."
So the question is: Which roads in town need maintaining or improving?
Share your thoughts in the comments below and we'll ship them to the mayor's office next week.
"Every dollar received from the state is one less needed from local taxpayers," said Backer.