Brownville officials looking for feedback on potential new sight for bridge

Local News
NY_971H_at_Brownville_village_1516393663637.jpg

The future of the bridge leading to Brownville is being discussed by officials and now by residents as well.

The bridge, which connects State Route 12F to Main Street was built six-decades ago and was last updated in 1984. And while it’s still considered to be safe, officials are working to not only replace it, but to find a new location to make it better work for traffic.

According to 7 News, the mayor of Brownville and reps from Highland Planning, which is helping in designing the project, are going door to door soliciting opinions from residents on where the bridge should go. There will also be a community meeting set for January 31 at the Brownville American Legion.

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.