FEBRUARY 17 2009- « You can see from the safety of the bridge it’s sorely needed, » said Mike Kehoe, a member of the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission.The $8.5 million project is the first transportation project in the Missouri using stimulus money and will create 250 jobs. The bridge, on Highway 17, about 30 miles south of Jefferson City in Tuscumbia, was built in 1933 and is missing chunks of concrete along it’s edges and bottom. Missouri Department of Transportation workers began laying the foundation for the new bridge, which will be build adjacent to the old one and will be finished in 2010. LAURIE SKRIVAN | POST-DISPATCH

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