Keho Bridge completed as part of Lethbridge County’s Funding Our Future initiative

By Aaron Mahoney (@Mahones93 on Twitter)
March 6, 2018 - 10:14am

LETHBRIDGE COUNTY - Members of Lethbridge County council held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday (Mar. 5) to celebrate the completion of the Keho Bridge.

This project was completed as a part of the County’s Funding Our Future initiative to improve infrastructure on the Market Access Network.

The Funding Our Future initiative supports the core values and strategic vision of the County.

A release states there was a need for replacement of this bridge to keep drivers safe due to the age and state of repair of some roads and bridges within the County.

“The completion of the Keho Bridge means that citizens can travel safely, producers can get their products to market efficiently, and irrigation water can pass freely through the area to reach customers,” Reeve Lorne Hickey said.

The bridge replacement was completed on schedule and on budget at a total cost of $800,000.

Lethbridge County believes ensuring the safety and sustainability of infrastructure and haul routes will continue to make the area an excellent place to live and work for many years to come.

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