ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- It's been about seven years since anyone has been allowed on the Mayowood bridge, but now with new funding that could change.
The bridge was closed back in 2006 because of structural deficiencies, but Tuesday, community members gathered to give input on a new bridge design.
The new structure would be completed by 2014 and its $4 million estimated cost would be paid for, in part, by state funding, but for those in the neighborhood, it's not the cost that's the issue.
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