Editor’s note: Replacing this bridge won’t happen soon enough!
POTTSTOWN — After being closed to traffic for nearly three years, the Keim Street Bridge project is seeing signs of life.
A letter sent to the borough council invites it to choose a volunteer to participate on a committee that will look at the historical significance of the area surrounding the Keim Street Bridge.
The letter was sent Lansdale based CHRS Inc., a company that specializes in making sure building projects comply with state and federal laws on behalf of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
For residents and businesses on both sides of the bridge looking for an end to the waiting period, some movement on the project could finally begin.