“Ulster County closed the bridge immediately, with no advance notification. It could be closed for two years,” to address structural problems, town supervisor Marybeth Majestic reported to her town board at its September 1 workshop meeting. “It’s too broad a span for the county to do in-house. They’ll have to bid it out, and that could take a year or more . . .
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