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Even with budget slashes, Mayor Ken McClure points to multiple wins.
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Can we stop the nonsense on this bridge yet? The cost per potential user makes no sense. This money could be used for something that our citizens will actually enjoy, like a Greenways trail. If it must be preserved, leave a pier on the Commercial Street side that gives a scenic overlook and has a commemorative plaque. "Here once stood a bridge purchased from a catalogue in 1902."
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