Calhoun County Engineer Announces Use of ATRIP Funding to Replace Ohatchee Bridge

Friday, June 15, 2018

 

People who travel a busy road in Ohatchee will be relieved to know that work will soon begin to replace an aging bridge. The Calhoun County Commission today heard from county engineer Brian Rosenbalm about spending the last of what’s called ATRIP funding. 

 

The commission approved Rosenbalm’s request to open the letting process for the bridge replacement project on Rock Springs Road. Rosenbalm told us that this will wrap up the county’s ATRIP funding projects. 

 

Rosenbalm also explained what this process means for people who live and work in Calhoun County. Rosenbalm said that he hopes work will begin on the bridge replacement project this fall.  It will cost about $1.2 million with 850,000 of that coming from the last of the ATRIP funding, the remainder will come from federal funds and then a 20% county match.

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