The 62-year-old Fox Island Bridge was deemed “structurally deficient” by Pierce Countyin 2013 after an inspection found damage to underwater concrete footings. The bridge remains safe for now, but the county must decide whether to replace or rehabilitate it.
The 62-year-old Fox Island Bridge was deemed “structurally deficient” by Pierce Countyin 2013 after an inspection found damage to underwater concrete footings. The bridge remains safe for now, but the county must decide whether to replace or rehabilitate it. Lee Giles III The Peninsula Gateway/FILE 2013
The 62-year-old Fox Island Bridge was deemed “structurally deficient” by Pierce Countyin 2013 after an inspection found damage to underwater concrete footings. The bridge remains safe for now, but the county must decide whether to replace or rehabilitate it. Lee Giles III The Peninsula Gateway/FILE 2013

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