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New Jolley Bridge nearly finished

Diego Reynoso, left, of Marco Marine Construction, works on the sea wall under the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff

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Diego Reynoso, left, of Marco Marine Construction, works on the sea wall under the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff

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  • A worker with Marco Marine Construction, packs down dirt along the sea wall under the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • From left, Feliciano Treo and Osiel Diaz work on barriers along the side of the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Diego Reynoso, center, of Marco Marine Construction, works on the sea wall under the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Diego Reynoso, left, of Marco Marine Construction, works on the sea wall under the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Diego Reynoso, right, of Marco Marine Construction, works on the sea wall under the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Diego Reynoso, center, of Marco Marine Construction, works on the sea wall under the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Diego Reynoso, right, of Marco Marine Construction, works on the sea wall under the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Diego Reynoso, left, of Marco Marine Construction, works on the sea wall under the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • From left, Feliciano Treo, Osiel Diaz, and Jose Pedro, work on barriers along the side of the new Jolley Bridge on Marco Island. The new bridge, which is expected to be officially finished this year, will have traffic shifted to it starting Thursday so repairs can be made to the old bridge. Greg Kahn/Staff

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