by Harold Wessell
WATERFORD, Aug.13 – The state Department of Transportation held identical-format public sessions, in Waterford on this date, and in Cohoes two days later, to explain developing plans to replace the bridge between them. “This project affects a lot of people in our community but also people who every day commute in and out on Saratoga Ave., onto 787 etc., and there’s going to be a lot of interest in our community,” observed Supervisor John Lawler. The Supervisor spoke favorably of DOT project manager Geoffrey Wood and the team.
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