A group of Cranberry Lake residents have started a non-profit to save the Cranberry Lake Bridge. According to the New Jersey Herald, the bridge had previously been leased by the Department of Environmental Protection to the Cranberry Lake Community Club.
Unfortunately, the foot bridge is in bad shape. That's where the non-profit, Save Our Bridge, comes in. The non-profit will be able to apply for grants that aren't available to the club. They'll need all the grants they can get too because replacing the cross beams, stringers, walkway and railing, will cost about $55,000.
Read the NJHerald.com story here.