Shoreline Beaches Reopening After Sewage Spill

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Several towns are reopening their beaches after ordering closures and water quality testing following a sewage spill into the Mill River in Hamden earlier this week.

The 2 million gallon spill prompted closure along the shoreline as a precaution.

New Haven, Madison, Guilford and West Haven all announced their beaches and shellfishing beds are reopen Friday after testing showed the water quality within acceptable limits.

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