It’s the holiday season — time for lights to shine on the William F. Cribari Bridge.
The bridge has been out of the spotlight recently. But plans to rehabilitate — or replace — the 133-year-old swing span are humming along.
The Cribari Bridge Project Advisory Committee meets tomorrow (Wednesday, November 28, 6:30 p.m.) at Town Hall.
On the agenda: 2 plans.
One shows a “rehabilitation” concept. It would add 4 feet to the present height of 21 feet, 3 inches.
A “replacement” plan shows a 38-foot high bridge. It would be widened too — from 21 feet to 32 feet.
The published agenda includes a rendering of a temporary span, to be used while the bridge is worked on. A similar structure was built during the last major renovation, 30 years ago.