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Following a contentious Feb. 20 meeting where the Tinicum Township Board of Supervisors resolved to take back Headquarters Road Bridge from PennDOT and privately finance its rehabilitation after 13 …

It was with great relief and high hopes that I read the headline in the Feb. 22 issue of the Herald regarding the Headquarters Road Bridge. This bridge is a contributing resource in the Ridge Valley …

Last Tuesday, the Tinicum Township Board of Supervisors made the historic and courageous decision to proceed with engineering and legal arrangements to assume the rehabilitation and stewardship …

Following a long and contentious special meeting Tuesday, Tinicum supervisors resolved to pursue a legally binding agreement with the Woodtiger Fund to privately cover the cost of rehabilitating …

Let PennDOT build Headquarters Road bridge

The author of a Feb. 2 guest opinion (“Headquarters Road bridge must remain one lane”) claims to understand my frustration with the significant delay in construction of the Headquarters Road bridge. Respectfully, I don’t think the author can.

A proposal from the Woodtiger Fund to pay for rehabilitation and maintenance of the Headquarters Road bridge in Tinicum has been met with a blend of relief and mistrust.

After reading last week’s guest opinion about the most talked about bridge in the nation being renovated, I’m hoping the residents in Tinicum can see the light at the end of the tunnel.

I am the daughter of Steven Gidumal, and our family owns the land on which the abandoned Tinicum bridge sits. The protection and preservation of the (Headquarters Road) bridge is an issue I have been …

As 2023 draws to a close, there's still no Headquarters Road Bridge solution and Tinicum residents rage over lawsuits and appeals related to the shuttered span.

This month’s meeting of the Tinicum Township Board of Supervisors included not only discussion of Headquarters Road Bridge but also an angry confrontation between two residents.

In the nick of time, Tinicum supervisors received and submitted a time-sensitive federal grant proposal for a temporary Headquarters Road Bridge fix. The decaying bridge has been closed for more than a decade.

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