NORWALK – State Department of Transportation has no knowledge of a ‘highly sensitive cultural artifact’ found during an archaeological dig in East Norwalk and has failed to provide the status of more than 20,000 others objects, says the Norwalk Historical Commission.
The site was explored in 2018 as part of a deal between Norwalk and the DOT to compensate the city for the disruption caused by the Walk Bridge replacement, said David Westmoreland, former chairman of the Historical Commission and current board member. Directors of the Norwalk Historical Society at the special committee meeting. Tuesday.Source link
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