Monday, August 19, 2019

Along 66, June 2019: Centennial Commission and Gasconade Bridge


These are from the Route 66 News blog spot which has many more postings than the ones I do here which are just ones of particular interest to me.

JUNE 21--  The Route 66 Centennial Commission Act advanced out of the Senate's Committee on Environment and Public Works and now goes to the floor.  I'm thinking it won't have much a problem passing.

JUNE 27--  An engineering firm says it will cost at least $2.5 million to rehabilitate the closed Gasconade River Bridge in Missouri near Hazelgreen.

I'm thinking it could be less if turned into a park and just minor structural repairs and painting are done.  It would be a nice place for a picnic.

--RoadDog

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