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The city doesn't have enough to manage already? Why would we even think about taking on the responsibility of a State road. Any body that has lived around toll gates or bridges knows that they become a new source of dense traffic and accidents. Even the question is suspect...the state maintains the bridge adequately...the issue is number of lanes and that is only an issue for an hour or so a day, for 8 weeks a year. The State has a plan to expand the bridge but in the meantim the Goodland bridge saves time and intensity during the season at 4 pm.
Our county and city people should be focused on getting the State to move its timing to accomodate the growth...that's the States job and our politicians job...come on folks, forget this toll and get some attention from the right athorities to do their job.
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