The intention is to make the bridge handicapped accessible. After the bridge needs to be determined. Gerry Toner just shrugged his shoulders when we were talking about that.
The two trails that emanate from the far end of the bridge would be horrors for a handicap until the Orange Trail is reached, unless those trails were filled in and leveled. That would require a lot of tree work and a lot of change along the brook in both directions. I imagine the Conservation Commission would have grave concerns, but then they must have already been consulted before the bridge piers were set in the flow. I will ask my friend who sits on that Commission.
That was exactly why Gerry shrugged!