SEYMOUR — The town of Seymour will receive $375,000 to make the downtown area compliant with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). The money is part of $5 million awarded to 13 Connecticut municipalities to develop and/or improve town commercial districts to attract small businesses, grow jobs and improve pedestrian access and livability in town centers. The Seymour plan calls for replacing trees whose roots are displacing the sidewalks. Funds will also be used to replacing lighting fixtures that are 20 years old and inefficient, saving the town an estimated 77 percent in energy costs.