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100 Years Young Weybridge-New Haven “Rattling Bridge” Re-Opens for Traffic


photo by Joe Schmidt

Tuesday January 15, 2008

   Freshly painted, stronger and newly decked one of the oldest steel frame bridges in Vermont stands proudly in the background for the official opening ceremony. Spectators happily reported a modest rattle from crossing vehicles.

   Ribbon cutters (L-R) John Rouleau -great, great grandson of New Haven Selectman Amos Rouleau; Chris Bray-State Legislator; Andrew White-CCS Crane; Rob Young - Bridge engineer VAT; Keith Hall-Selectboard, New Haven; Neale Lunderville-Transportation Secretary; Karen Brisson-Town Clerk, Weybridge; Peter James - Chairman Weybridge Selectboard; Burt Allen-Chairman New Haven Selectboard; Adam Lougee-Executive Director ACRPC;  David Youlen-Stantec.In back row (L-R) Scott Newman-Division of Historical Preservation-VAT; Dale Norton-Resident Engineer VAT

 


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