Historic bridge in northern Minnesota...

Historic bridge in northern Minnesota finds new home on Washing...

There are 5 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jun 10, 2009, titled Historic bridge in northern Minnesota finds new home on Washing.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

A historic, 132-year-old bridge soon will find a new home in Washington County. But it will have to travel more than 200 miles first.

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This is needed

Minneapolis, MN

#2 Jun 10, 2009
Great news. This has been needed in this area for a long time. I am not a regular on this trail, but I grew up close to this area they are going to place it at. The area has been dangerous for many years. Good and yes I am a washington county tax payer
Hastings Guy

Hastings, MN

#3 Jun 10, 2009
$2.8 million for an outdated 132 year old bridge!? Are you kidding me? Sure, Washington County got a deal for $100,000 but who's paying for the other $2.7 million? Don't bitch about health care for the poor, veteran's benfits, etc., when we're paying for this stuff. I guess after we take a bike ride across the bridge we can go down to the restored Shubert Theater ($2million) for a great show. I'm sure the federal government will bail us out....not!

Since: Jan 09

MN

#4 Jun 10, 2009
Hastings Guy wrote:
$2.8 million for an outdated 132 year old bridge!? Are you kidding me? Sure, Washington County got a deal for $100,000 but who's paying for the other $2.7 million? Don't **** about health care for the poor, veteran's benfits, etc., when we're paying for this stuff. I guess after we take a bike ride across the bridge we can go down to the restored Shubert Theater ($2million) for a great show. I'm sure the federal government will bail us out....not!
Isn't government great? And people think that socialize health care will work.
felix

Saint Paul, MN

#5 Jun 10, 2009
300,000 trail users, B.S.- more wasted tax payer money !
FL Guy

Cave Creek, AZ

#8 Jun 11, 2009
Dennis Hegberg are you drinking again? You're going to have 2.8 million tax dollars spent on a used bridge when you could buy a new one for 1 million? You're nuts! I won't even get into the 'if we should even be buying a bridge' because your position is so absurd.

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