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Mouser999
10-12-2022, 18:49
From ATC: Connecticut Shelter Closures Riga and Brassie Brook Shelters (UPDATED 10/05/22)CONNECTICUT
SHELTER CLOSURE
Alert

10/05/2022
Update: Due to unexpected circumstances, Riga and Brassie Brook Shelters (NOBO miles 1,507.1 and 1,508.3) will not be replaced this fall as scheduled. Both shelters are deconstructed and closed until further notice. We anticipate the new shelters will be built and open in June 2023. The tent pads, campsites, and privies all remain open for use.
Visitors should use caution when walking around the old shelter sites and stay out of areas closed off with caution tape. We will update this notice when we have more information.

hikermiker
10-13-2022, 07:37
Because they screwed up the deliver of materials

Gambit McCrae
10-13-2022, 09:04
How does a material delivery messup postpone construction by 8 months?

Slo-go'en
10-13-2022, 11:03
How does a material delivery messup postpone construction by 8 months?

Because no one wants to do construction work in the winter.

Astro
10-14-2022, 08:33
Because no one wants to do construction work in the winter.

One of the advantages of Florida.

But on other hand there are hurricanes that can sometimes a mess of what you have built.