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Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge open house

See larger Herb Savage and George Percel discuss the design of the new span being added to the Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge as a tripod behind them marks the height of the unpopular cement wall to be on the sides of the bridge. On top of the cement wall will be about 1-foot, 10-inch tall aluminum pole railing, residents learned at an open house Wednesday.

Photo by KELLY FARRELL, Staff

Herb Savage and George Percel discuss the design of the new span being added to the Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge as a tripod behind them marks the height of the unpopular cement wall to be on the sides of the bridge. On top of the cement wall will be about 1-foot, 10-inch tall aluminum pole railing, residents learned at an open house Wednesday.

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  • Scenes from the open house about the Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge stimulus project held Wednesday on Marco Island.
  • Design for new Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge as presented by the Florida Department of Transportation at an open house on Marco Wednesday evening.
  • Herb Savage and George Percel discuss the design of the new span being added to the Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge as a tripod behind them marks the height of the unpopular cement wall to be on the sides of the bridge. On top of the cement wall will be about 1-foot, 10-inch tall aluminum pole railing, residents learned at an open house Wednesday.
  • Collier County Transportation spokeswoman Connie Deane and Collier County Commissioner Donna Fiala speak details of the stimulus project to add a new span to the Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge.
  • About 230 residents attended Wednesday night's open house to share the design and construction of the new Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge span made possible through federal stimulus dollars.
  • Marco resident Kathy Callahan shares her concerns with Tony Grau of Elsman and Russo, one of several contractors sharing details on the Jolley Bridge project, at an open house with transportation officials Wednesday night. Callahan was displeased with the design of the new Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge span's railing height, LED lights, and overall just not matching the design of the old span.

Scenes from the open house sharing the details of the stimulus project to build a new span to Marco's Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge held Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010.

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