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More money for Sullivan Bridge

The west Sullivan Bridge that carries southbound traffic is in need of replacement. SR file photo.

I would imagine there are some happy people in the halls of Spokane Valley City Hall today. It was announced last week that the city has received a $3.5 million Washington State Transportation Improvement Board grant for the replacement of the failing Sullivan Bridge. The city has already received $10 million in other grants for the project, which is expected to cost $19.7 million. Reporter Mike Prager has more details here.


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