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BRIDGES: A single-lane bridge in Lagunitas is slated to be replaced with a two-lane version.   David Briggs

A 53-year-old, one-lane wooden bridge in Lagunitas is the first of half a dozen similar bridges in West Marin slated for replacement by the Marin County Department of Public Works, which received over $15 million in federal highway funds to undertake the projects. The county cites rusting steel supports, creek bank erosion and dangerous railings as . . .

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