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Over or under: A decision looms on the future of the Belmont Bridge project
C-VILLE Weekly Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at 7 a.m.

One thing seems sure. In the not too distant future, a years-long construction project will get underway to replace the 63-year-old, crumbling Belmont Bridge with a new structure for cars, bikes, and pedestrians to cross the 500-foot stretch that connects downtown to Belmont.

After five years of planning and more than a million taxpayer dollars spent on consulting, engineering, and design fees, however, the future of the project is still unclear as two divergent visions have emerged.

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