Rotschy Inc. employee Dan Pratt uses an excavator bucket to scrape off a layer of asphalt Monday from the concrete bridge over a Franklin County Irrigation District canal bridge on Road 100 in Pasco. The stretch of busy city street from just south of Chapel Hill Boulevard to Argent Road is scheduled closed until Jan. 22 for the bridge removal project. The section of open canal is being replaced by an underground 48-inch supply line. Detours are in place for motorists during the closure.
Rotschy Inc. employee Dan Pratt uses an excavator bucket to scrape off a layer of asphalt Monday from the concrete bridge over a Franklin County Irrigation District canal bridge on Road 100 in Pasco. The stretch of busy city street from just south of Chapel Hill Boulevard to Argent Road is scheduled closed until Jan. 22 for the bridge removal project. The section of open canal is being replaced by an underground 48-inch supply line. Detours are in place for motorists during the closure. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Rotschy Inc. employee Dan Pratt uses an excavator bucket to scrape off a layer of asphalt Monday from the concrete bridge over a Franklin County Irrigation District canal bridge on Road 100 in Pasco. The stretch of busy city street from just south of Chapel Hill Boulevard to Argent Road is scheduled closed until Jan. 22 for the bridge removal project. The section of open canal is being replaced by an underground 48-inch supply line. Detours are in place for motorists during the closure. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Pasco’s Road 100 closed for bridge removal, canal work

January 04, 2016 08:24 PM

UPDATED January 04, 2016 10:16 PM

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