State Bond Commission on Tuesday will approve million$ for Stamford, Stratford, Trumbull, Danbury, Bridgeport projects

In a nutshell, the State Bond Commission, headed and controlled by Gov. Dannel Malloy, is scheduled tomorrow to approve:

*$7 million for support housing units in Bridgeport. The money will be split between the Fairfield Apartments and the Crescent Apartments, whose 15-year period of federal support is ending.

* $298 to fix the roof at the Stratford Aviation School, located at Sikorsky Memorial Airport.

*1.3 million to realign Henry Street in Stamford, in its approach to Atlantic Street as part of the South End operation and capacity improvement project.

*$1.6 million to install a new canopy over the platform at the Glenbrook train station.

$475,000 for the Aids Project of Greater Danbury to purchase its office at 30 West Street and expand its services.

$6.5 million for Charter Communications Holding Co. LLC to relocate its corporate headquarters to Stamford from St. Louis.