Town crews display professionalism


Late last week, the town of Saratoga completed the first part of the pedestrian bridge project.

The project consisted of setting the 150-foot bridge over a span from Veterans Island to the inlet near the hot pool.

Since 2009, the pedestrian bridge project has been the center of controversy in the town. Many have referred to it as the “bridge to nowhere.” Others have simply called it a waste of taxpayers’ money.

Regardless of what you think of the project itself, you have to give kudos to the personnel who placed the bridge last week.

Town crews patiently waited almost an entire day...

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