Town officials last week moved to approve a contract with a Connecticut company for the replacement of guiderails along a narrow, windy road up in the north side of New Canaan. The Board of Selectmen at its regular meeting June 4 voted 2-0 to approve the $17,860 contract with Branford-based Atlas Outdoor. The guiderail in question “ends on a ridge that we share with New York and protects alongside the bridge and reservoir,” Director of Public Works Tiger Mann told the Board at the meeting, held in Town Hall. First Selectman Kevin Moynihan and Selectman Kit Devereaux voted to approve a request from the Department of Public Works to enter the contract, which includes a contingency of $2,680 and police protection for $2,500. Selectman Nick Williams was absent.