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Bridge that won't Quit
By Charlotte Tanner


March 06, 2008
Thursday PM

All you people comparing this bridge from Revilla to Gravina, to bridges such as the Golden Gate Bridge are ridiculous. When a person drives across the Golden Gate Bridge that person can keep on driving, all the way up to Alaska if they choose to do so. Now if you drive across a Bridge to Gravina I guess someday you may get farther than ex Governor Murkowski's property, and over to Clarence Strait, but that will take awhile.

Get your heads out of that dark place, and think! If there are any bridges to be built, they should be built to the mainland so we can keep driving on down to the Golden Gate Bridge, where, by the way, I hear the toll is going to be raised to $10 a crossing. Chew on that.

Charlotte Tanner
Louavull, KY

About: " Longtime resident of Alaska, currently undecided about where to live."

Received March 05, 2008 - Published March 06, 2008


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