Bridge closing delayed again
Delivery and placement of support beams, which originally were scheduled to delay traffic early Saturday on Main Street near Seven-Mile Creek bridge, is being delayed again
Ken Miller, the city's Main Street project liaison, said the city received word that the concrete bridge beams have not reached sufficient strength and would not be delivered Saturday morning. Additional tests will be run on the beams and delivery rescheduled when they reach sufficient strength.
"Delivery will be rescheduled once they are deemed to have reached sufficient strength - most likely the next date to attempt delivery will be Saturday, August 5th. There will be no intermittent traffic stops tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m." Miller said Friday.
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