CHELAN — The Chelan Ranger District is analyzing a proposal to replace a pedestrian bridge over Railroad Creek at Holden Village.
The new steel bridge would replace a wooden covered bridge built in 1980, and would support utility lines, according to the agency’s proposed action report.
Inspections show the bridge is nearing the end of its service life and needs to be replaced, the report said.
The new bridge would be 108 feet long with a pitched metal roof, and would also support a water pipe and power lines that cross the creek.
Comments can be sent within 30 days to Paul Willard, Chelan Ranger District, 428 W. Woodin Ave., Chelan, WA 98816; or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information is available from Willard, the district’s resource assistant, at 682-4960, or email@example.com.