Mayor’s Visit Highlights Progress on New Bridge Construction
In a significant development for one of the most crucial infrastructure projects in Mulberry, Mayor Gary D. Baxter visited the construction site of the new bridge on Wednesday, February 7, 2024. This new bridge is set to replace the Silver Bridge and is a key component in the city’s infrastructure enhancement plans.
Progress on the construction of the new bridge is moving forward as planned. The construction team, comprising skilled engineers and workers, is diligently working and is currently on schedule for the project to be completed by the beginning of next year.
Upon completion, the new bridge will serve as a significant asset for the citizens of Mulberry and the Mulberry School District. It will greatly improve transportation and connectivity in the area, facilitating easier and more efficient travel for residents, students, and visitors. The new bridge is expected to enhance daily commutes and contribute to the overall growth and development of our community.
The City of Mulberry to infrastructure that addresses both current and future needs. The construction of this new bridge exemplifies our dedication to enhancing the city’s transportation network and improving the quality of life for our citizens.
As the project progresses, the City of Mulberry will continue to provide regular updates to the community, ensuring that residents are kept informed and involved in this significant undertaking. The Mayor’s visit to the construction site underscores the city’s commitment to this important project and its positive impact on the Mulberry community.