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Oct162012

Sutliff Bridge Nears Completion

For the first time in more than four years, Sutliff Bridge is spanning the Cedar River on its own. Workers recently removed the bridge's temporary supports and say the project is within weeks of final completion.

"I live right there so I see it every day. It looked so beautiful the other morning to not have any supports there," said Sarah Brannaman, one of the organizers who led the charge to get the bridge rebuilt.

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http://www.kcrg.com/news/local/Restoration-Nearly-Complete-on-Historic-Sutliff-Bridge-170914591.html 

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