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From: Steve Baas
Having just spent 15 minutes making a new friend who had read the article in the MJS on our letter to Doyle requesting a study of Hoan Bridge options and was hot because he interpreted it as us calling for the bridge to be torn down, I thought I’d give you the facts behind the story (since this will likely not be the last call we get on this issue).
In June, we had a meeting with transportation planners to go over
We want all options on the table. We want them all thoroughly studied. And we want the ultimate decision on this matter to be driven by facts not politics. We have no bias for one plan against another.
Our actual letter to the governor is attached for your information. This letter is a public document so you may share it with folks if you’d like.
The Honorable James E. Doyle
115 East State Capitol
Dear Governor Doyle:
We are writing to request your support for an in-depth study of possible alternatives for the repair and replacement options for the
As you are aware, the lifespan of the current bridge is nearing its end. Decisions regarding the bridge and the I-794 corridor it facilitates will need to be made soon to ensure that planning and work on repair or replacement of the bridge can be made before we reach a critical stage in terms of the safety of the bridge span. The decision made on this matter will have significant impacts for
The time is short to make a decision. We therefore urge that study of this matter be started as soon as possible.
Thank you for your attention to this critical infrastructure issue.
Timothy R. Sheehy