Lindley Bridge Ribbon Cutting Scheduled

After long months of a detour,the Lindley bridge is scheduled to open
Tuesday November 17th.
There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at 1P.M. after which the bridge will be open.

If all goes as planned,thanks to the efforts of Supervisor Gerald Simcoe,Larry Orr,Bill Reynolds,Dick Pierce,Don Freeland, Ed Howe, the construction crew and (others I may miss naming,) a small bit of Lindley history will be visible.

On Thursday November 19th at 7 P.M, the L/P Historical Society will meet at the Lindley Town Hall. The program will be a brief history of the Lindley bridges. The public as usual is invited to attend.

On Sunday November 22nd, from 1-4 P.M. at the Lindley Town Hall on U.S.Rt.15 there will be an Open House for the Lindley Historian.
Records and files will be available for viewing and for research.


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