Two Haliburton County bridges will be assessed to see how much rehabilitation would cost.

The Horseshoe Lake Bridge on County Road 20 and Hawk Lake Bridge on County Road 13 were built in the 1920’s according to County Warden Brent Devolin.

The county’s road committee will recommend to council they go with a bid from a Bracebridge engineering firm for $46,500, which is $3,500 under budget.

Devolin adds the assessment will help the county decide on how to move forward.

The roads committee expects the Horseshoe Lake Bridge will need major work next year.

They expect both assessments to be done by the end of the year.

County Council will meet on June 29th.