Residents: Route 120 bridge needs renovation

Residents say they're frustrated some road projects have been abandoned because of a lack of funding.

Though Gov. David Paterson was expected to pass a bill yesterday that would free up money for transportation projects, the renovation of the Route 120 bridge in Chappaqua won't see cash because it is partially funded by the state.

Drivers say the bridge is filled with potholes and is in dire need of repaving. The construction company on the project ceased work April 1 after the state allegedly failed to pay workers.

Local leaders say they're working to get the project back on track.

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