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The city (like love) can build a bridge

Friday, September 30, 2022 by Elizabeth Pagano

After more than seven years without a bridge at Country Club Creek, the city has begun construction at Roy G. Guerrero Park. The project to replace the bridge, which is expected to take two years to complete, got underway this week. Because the original bridge’s collapse was due to severe erosion, the parks, public works and watershed protection departments have been working together to find a long-lasting solution to replace the fallen bridge as well as stabilize the drainage channel it spans. During construction, some park trails will remain closed and crossing the creek within the project limits will be prohibited due to safety concerns.

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