Town of Tonawanda Board approves Sheridan Drive pedestrian bridge demolition

TOWN OF TONAWANDA, N.Y. (WKBW) - The Town of Tonawanda Board approved the demolition of a pedestrian bridge on Sheridan Drive near Delaware road Monday. 

The pedestrian bridge was closed two years ago because of safety concerns. Demolishing the bridge will cost $100,000.

The town engineer as well as the board will be considering and accepting bids from demolition crews in June.

 

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