THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Riverside Bridge Update: The Battle over the Ownership
There is usually a problem when it comes to preserving historic bridges and that is the question of ownership and liability. Most of the time agencies and parties involved in a historic bridge in qu... Posted on 8/6/12 at 9:27 AM
HUNGRY FOR LIFE Rain Causes Lots of Damage To The Streets and Alleys
The little piggies even had to wear rain coats during this bad storm in Duluth, MN. The damages will takes months if not years to repair. I know on our street there is some major street work to be don... Posted on 6/23/12 at 6:41 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Bonding bill gets hearing in House committee
Road, flood project and civic center backers told the House Capitol Investment Committee Wednesday that they need money Gov. Mark Dayton proposes in his public works budget.
Our roads are rough, aged... Posted on 2/24/11 at 6:36 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Icy weather
Last night it started to rain..then it started to sleet..then it rained again..sometimes a warm spell in Minnesota in January is not a good thing.
Chance and I ventured as far as the patio which poss... Posted on 1/23/10 at 6:02 AM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Streets projects, 1986
Winter is over, so it must be time for the other Minnesota season, road construction. Now that the frost is gone, it's a good time to dig in and get to work.
This shot looks west down East Fourth Str... Posted on 6/10/09 at 2:00 AM
St. Louis County’s most expensive road construction project ever will get under way this month as crews install a 300-foot-long concrete culvert along Merritt Creek — the first step in what will be a $12 million reconstruction of Haines Road.
Early estimates for the cost of repairing the damaged Willard Munger State Trail between Carlton and Duluth range from $15 million to possibly as high as $40 million, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officials said Tuesday.
Standing on the precipice of a massive washout along Minnesota Highway 210, and in front of the twisted remains of the landmark Swinging Bridge, state officials on Tuesday outlined early plans for repairing damage caused by last month’s flooding at Jay Cooke State Park.
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