The Delaware County Commissioners heard information about the county’s bridges plan on Monday, April 29.
The eight-year-plan was presented by Rebecca Alvares with Guy Engineering.
The historical Steel Bridge is popular for photographs for proms, said David Poindexter.
“It’s also very old,” Poindexter said.
Poindexter dated the bridge, located in the middle of Delaware County, to sometime around 1935.
The discussion centered on removing and adding certain bridges to the plan’s time line, but not removing any bridges from the list.
“We need to check which bridge is worst,” Poindexter said.
In financial business, the commissioners approved paying an Office of Juvenile Affairs $729.72 invoice and a transfer of $4, 095. 90 from the General Government Retirement account to the following: $1,434.68 to the General Government Health Insurance account, $1,937.70 to the Commissioners Travel account; $200 to the Excise Travel account, $232,02 to the Human Resources Personnel account and $300.50 to the Maintenance Personnel account.
The commissioners also approved a lease purchase agreement with Warren Cat and Welch State Bank for a Cat Motor Grader. The terms are 4.48 percent for 144 months for a total of $331,924.32.
An agreement with USDA-APHIS-Wildlife Services for predator and rodent services for $2,400 was also approved.