Municipalities across Ontario, including Hastings County, may soon get some relief from the high cost of maintaining former provincial highways. The Association of Municipalities, the province, and the city of Toronto will review the roads and bridges that were downloaded by the province during the 1990s. Hastings County administrator Jim Pine says those would include parts of highway-62 and former highway-14. He says the study will determine what makes sense and who should be responsible for the costs. Pine, who will sit on the review committee, expects some of the changes will take place in phases over a period of time.