A controversial proposal to put tolls at Danbury\u2019s border with New York on Interstate 84 is dead, Ridgefield First Selectman Rudy Marconi said. Marconi says he has received Gov. Ned Lamont\u2019s assurance twice this month that general tolling on the Merritt Parkway, Interstate 95, Interstate 91, and Interstate 84 \u201cwill not be implemented as was originally planned.\u201d \u201cThis means there will be no border tolls - or tolls of any type - in the Danbury area and no possible diversion of traffic into Ridgefield due to tolls,\u201d Marconi said in a prepared statement. Marconi said he was first informed by Lamont that there would be no border tolls on Oct. 19. \u201cThis was confirmed again during a call with the governor's office on Oct. 29,\u201d Marconi said in a prepared statement. Lamont\u2019s assurance to Marconi that tolls are being considered only for \u201csuperstructures like a new bridge or other similar features that require large-scale construction\u201d is good news for Danbury. Danbury\u2019s City Council passed a resolution on Oct. 4 against implementing tolls. \u201cHopefully we can send a clear message to Hartford here tonight that Danbury and people in Danbury do not want tolls,\u201d council member John Esposito III said.