PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING
MIDDLETON BRIDGE OVER SCHROON RIVER
BRIDGE REPLACEMENT TOWNS OF BOLTON, CHESTER, HORICON & WARRENSBURG
The Warren County Department of Public Works Superintendent, Kevin Hajos, PE, has announced that a Public Informational Meeting will be held to discuss the proposed Replacement of Middleton Bridge over Schroon River in the Towns of Bolton, Chester, Horicon and Warrensburg. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. The existing bridge is located approximately 0.6 mile north of the intersection of Schroon River Road (CR 10) with CR 11. The proposed bridge site is approximately 2.5 miles north of the CR 10 and CR 11 intersection. The purpose of the meeting is to present the proposed design for bridge replacement and to receive comments on the proposed project from individuals, groups, officials, and local agencies. This Public Information Meeting is part of the continuing efforts by the involved local, state, and federal agencies to encourage public input into the development of transportation projects.
As authorized under Governor Cuomo’s Executive Orders, the public will not be permitted to attend the public meeting in person. Instead, the public will have the ability to see and participate in the meeting live via the Warren County meetings on the Warren County YouTube page, as described below, as permitted by the New York State Open Meetings Law, as modified by the Executive Orders.
Due to public health and safety concerns, the public will not be permitted to attend at the remote locations where the Warren County Department of Public Works members will be situated.
INSTRUCTIONS TO ACCESS THE VIRTUAL MEETING
If you have a computer, tablet, or smartphone, you can see the video and hear the audio of the live session. You can access the meeting at the below link: https://www.Youtube.com/channel/UCs6noUACIHSxGD1Mvk2WRDQ
This Public Notice and the link to the virtual meeting are also located on the Warren County website at www.WarrenCountyNY.gov Those unable to watch during the live meeting may watch the Public Information Meeting on the Warren County website on the Monday following the meeting. Any person who wishes to provide comments on the proposed project can send comments via e-mail to PublicInfo@WarrenCountyDPW.com by Friday, October 2, 2020.