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Talaifak Bridge ribbon cutting on Thursday

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - DPW will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Talaifak Bridge restoration project Thursday in Agat. The restoration of the historic bridge includes the repair of structural components using original and similar type materials along with improvements to landscaping, surface pavers, seating, signage, lighting, railing and a parking area to accommodate tour busses.

The project cost approximately $900,000 funded by the Federal Highway Administration and the Guam Preservation Trust. The ribbon cutting is set for 10:30 in the morning.

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