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Yes Fossil, and the State will also have the right to put the bridge up for sale like Alligator Alley a few years back to a private party.
Yes, then they will tell you the "fee or toll" to cross the "free" bridge.
As far as Florida workers go, I think this is a total waste of taxpayers money along with a burden on the Island and something that we all regret in the years to come.
The bad part of this whole bridge thing is what if it is not good for the Island, then what do you tear it down? The other bridge was stated as poor condition that is why a new bridge was designed. Now surprise, the current bridge just needed painting and we also need the new span. Sounds like goverment 101 to me, spend, spend, spend.
All I know is in a state with record forclosed homes, record unemployment and job loss, how can you just go out and build bridges. It just makes no sense what so ever.
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