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I personally don't get the "greenspace" part of the plans...maybe they felt it would satisfy the smart growth sect. But I totally like the idea of allowing people to navigate around in the opposite direction...especially the area as you cross the bridge east. They actually do need some sort of roundabout there.

WRT cost. The article says that w/o placing the bridge DC would have to continue shoring it up every few years. Is there an actual dollar figure that would show us how much it is to continuing tickering w/it?

Oh and Gray needs to stop. Whether they build a new one or city doesn't fit.

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