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This is really the best course of action to take. The bridge is an important part of Albany history but is visibly deteriorating and detracts from the rest of the Riverfront Park area. Take lots of pictures, document its history, but just bring it down. Ninety-two years is a very respectable life for a bridge.
Amen, Mr. Fletcher. Best thing you've ever written.
Cute. But they're in Lee County, not Dougherty.
Nice to see that thinly veiled racist comments are still alive and well as we enter 2012.
Read the article closer. That clearly doesn't appear to be the case here. But good job on trying to twist the story into something salacious.
Albany has long favored cheap and ugly solutions over preserving its past and valuing the aesthetic. That mentality has brought us to the dismal state our city is in now, so why stop the downward spiral? Get lots of pictures of the bridge before they demolish it.
Yeah, this was definitely one of those "when, not if" developments.
We bow to your intelligence, bubba.
Might as well bring an Olive Garden in so all the people in Albany who crave microwaved fake Italian so bad can stop their whining.
What's "imfeasible"? And that's an odd place to put a bridge: it's a very low traffic area and it will destroy the one spot on the riverfront trail where people can actually see the river. This city makes some weird decisions.
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