This attractive centerpiece for the town has been rehabilitated for continued vehicular use. While one might think that this is an outstanding solution, news article suggest the mayor of the city wanted to have this heritage bridge reduced to scrap metal and replaced with an ugly modern bridge. Fortunately, higher levels of government prevailed and the bridge was rehabilitated instead. There is only one bridge in this city. If the mayor wants a new bridge, than perhaps a second bridge should be built at another location. Rehabilitation and preservation of this bridge was the right decision, and the people who made the decision to preserve the bridge should be thanked.
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