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[Louisville - Jefferson County]
Suit to stop Harrods Creek Bridge work in Jefferson County Dropped
Posted: 7-Oct-2009 8:57PM CDT

A lawsuit filed by preservation River Fields aimed at preserving a deteriorating one lane bridge over Harrods Creek in Jefferson County has been dropped. Work can now resume and widening and rehabilitating the bridge: Louisville Courier-Journal: Suits dropped, Harrods Creek bridge work can resume (Oct. 5, 2009) [Outside Link]

Update 9-Oct-09: The Courier-Journal ran an opinion piece about the bridge: Louisville Courier-Journal: River Parkway? (Oct. 9, 2009) [Outside Link]

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