Town of Casco takes steps to replace 90-year old bridge

The Town of Casco is now able to move forward on replacing the Elm Road Bridge which was built in 1926.  The town is preparing for the design phase of the project. State and federal funding have been approved for the bridge replacement which will cost an estimated $640,000.  Town Chair Joe Lukes says under the funding formula the township would have to cover ten percent of the cost. 



The Elm Road Bridge project is on the agenda for the town board's Thursday night meeting.  The meeting starts at 6:00 PM at the Casco Town Hall.

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