These days most of the action coming from the City Council is at the committee level such as the effort to reform collections at the Water Pollution Control Authority. Monday night looks like a tame full council agenda that projects for an early night. PSEG, which is undertaking a $550 million coal phase-out conversion to a gas-fired power plant at its Bridgeport Harbor Station in the South End, will update the council on the project and its Community Environmental Benefits Agreement signed about two years ago.
The agreement was also signed by the Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice, University of Bridgeport, and neighborhood revitalization zones.
Council agenda here.