News: Medford - Delay New Allman St. Bridge (5 Feb 2009)
Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt
----Source: The Star News (Medford, WI) 2/07/2019
Published in the Star News, February 5, 2009
A tight state budget may mean delays for the planned replacement of the Allan Street bridge on Medford’s north side.
According to city coordinator John Fales, he has received unofficial word from the Wisconsin DOT that projects with state and local funding will be put on hold this summer as the state deals with deficits.
The project will replace the single span bridge with a two-span concrete slab bridge with an overall length of 78.5 feet, a roadway width of 34 feet from curb to curb, and a seven foot wide raised sidewalk on the south side of the bridge.
The project is estimated at about $600,000 depending on bid amounts with the federal bridge aid paying for 80 percent and the city paying for 20 percent.
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