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Clark County

April 18, 2013

Open house focuses on how bridges will look



He said while the $1 tolls in Kentuckiana sound more reasonable, he’s not sure about tolls on existing bridges to pay for the new one.

“I’m not really for it, but I’m not a commuter,” Leach said. “I might drive across the bridge two or three times a year. But I can’t imagine someone not paying a $1 toll to get from one side to other.”

Heustis next open-house session will focus more on other specific construction questions, including blasting on both sides of the river and to handle how public traffic management.

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