Dearborn Co. Awarded $1M For New Bridge

A bridge on Sneakville Road near Bright will be replaced in about five years.

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(Bright, Ind.) - Dearborn County is getting $1 million in federal highway funds for replacement of a bridge.

The Federal Highway Administration money will help replace Bridge 64 on Sneakville Road in Bright, says Dearborn County Engineer Todd Listerman.

The county will have to meet an 80-20 match of the funding.

Construction will take place in federal fiscal year 2024, contingent on funding availability through congressional appropriations.

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