Town officials this week approved a contract designed to improve pedestrian access to a recently reimagined area within Waveny that will serve as a new destination for park visitors. The Board of Selectmen voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a $95,000 contract with a Norwalk-based company to reconstruct a new trail in the “cornfields” area near the southeastern corner of Waveny. The town will pay $45,000 toward the project, while the nonprofit Waveny Park Conservancy will donate the remaining $50,000, according to Public Works Director Tiger Mann. “The [Waveny Park] Conservancy is excited about this because they’ve done a lot of work on the cornfield and want to drive traffic to it,” Mann said during the Board’s regular meeting, held at Town Hall. Ultimately, the Conservancy’s vision for the cornfields is to create an area with trails, seating and wildflower meadows, officials have said.