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County Prioritizes Bridge Projects

Posted: April 24, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Washington County Road Department officials hope to replace nine bridges in the next eight years.

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County Bridges

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Replacement Plans

Washington County prioritized replacing nine bridges. Their locations and cost estimates are listed below. Two bridges are listed as No. 1 because the county hopes the state will mostly pay for the Woolsey Bridge. The bridges, year planned and estimated cost are:

-Woolsey Road, 2014 or 2015, $2,121,000

-Stonewall Road, 2014, $409,000

-Wheeler Road, 2015, $234,000

-Orr Road, 2016, $792,000

-Greasy Valley Road, 2017, $105,000

-Whitehouse Road, 2018, $120,000

-Illinois Chapel Road, 2019, $493,500

-Jackson Highway, 2010, $171,000

-Whitehouse Road, 2021, $144,000

Source: Washington County

Washington County bridges to be replaced

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