After 3 years, work on Chappaqua bridge completed

Major reconstruction work on a vital bridge that leads into the center of Chappaqua has been completed today.

Work on the Route 120 Bridge took three years, $17 million and lots of patience from local residents.

"It's made it easy for our customers to get into town, makes it easy for them to come in and purchase from us," says Patrick Filacchione, the owner of Gayle Patrick's Café.

The timing couldn't be better, with the holiday shopping season in full swing, making it easier for local residents to shop at stores in downtown Chappaqua.

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