A Clay County bridge shut down following Hurricane Irma’s Sept. 10 and eleven impression on the world will reopen late Friday, in line with the Board of County Commissioners.
The County Street 218 bridge simply east of Blanding Boulevard in Middleburg will reopen at shut of enterprise after it was shut down Sept. 19 when inspection divers uncovered potential questions of safety after the hurricane, county officers stated.
“We acknowledge that this has been a big inconvenience and are delighted to provide Clay County residents an early Christmas current as we re-open this main thoroughfare in our county,” stated fee chairman Gavin Rollins.
Shutdown of the two-lane bridge over the south fork of Black Creek necessitated a serious detour south to Florida sixteen, or north to County Street 218, earlier than drivers might discover their method again to County Street 218 by way of smaller roads. County officers stated the bridge contractor accomplished the job forward of the scheduled end date of Dec. 23.
The contractor will full portray the bridge after the reopening, however the work won’t influence the bridge or two-method visitors, county officers stated.