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Resident near closed Barnett's Creek Road bridge wonders plan

Bill Aldridge writes:
I live on the other side of the recently closed bridge on Barnett Creek road, what is planned to, rectify this problem? Thank you, - Bill Aldridge
What we already know: The County has set aside funds for a new bridge. CJE Michael Lee Stephens says construction will start sometime after the first of the year. While there will be inconvenience, the new span will be elevated and will allow two way passage. The target date for completion hasn't yet been announced, but usually bridges of this size are completed within a month or so, once started. - EW



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