NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Lawrence County commissioners said they expect the Nashua Bridge in Pulaski Township to reopen Thursday. Commissioners, at their public meeting Tuesday, said bridge deck repairs are being completed as scheduled, and the county engineer does not foresee any delays with the project.
County officials closed the bridge last month after Ross Taylor Engineering inspected the bridge and determined work could not be delayed because of extensive deterioration.
In other news, commissioners announced Hill View Manor will go up for auction on Sept. 24, unless a sales agreement for the former nursing home is completed by the end of this month. The auction will include the property, the building and all of its contents. The auction will take place at the Shenango Township site, which is owned by the county.
Commissioners also announced there will be no weekly caucus on Thursday and the regular weekly public meeting next Tuesday has been canceled because commissioners will be attending a conference.
Also, the commissioners' next evening session will be at 6:30 Aug. 30 at the Bessemer Borough Building.