Putnam County officials are holding a ribbon cutting ceremony today to reopen the Morningthorpe Avenue Bridge in Brewster. The pedestrian and cyclist gateway connects Route 22 to Railroad Avenue. The reconstruction was a $2.6 million renovation project of the 126-year-old bridge. County Executive MaryEllen Odell hopes the new path will help spur the Village of Brewster’s economic development, bringing people to Main Street, village parks and the Metro-North train station. Putnam County secured federal funding for the reconstruction of the bridge through the Mid-Hudson South Technical Coordinating Committee and the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council.