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Footbridge latest Edgewood Park addition
Paid for with T-SPLOST as a transportation project
Courtesy of City of Statesboro
Black Creek Construction built the 103-foot-long wooden bridge across one end of the pond at Shelby Park, better known as Edgewood Park. Besides completing the trail loop within the park, the bridge has been suggested by city officials as a backdrop for photos during prom season. (Courtesy of City of Statesboro)
Completed about two weeks ago, a wooden footbridge in Statesboro’s “Edgewood” Park was paid for with $74,100 from the Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, or T-SPLOST, and ties in with recently built sidewalks outside the park as well as the existing trail inside it.
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