Non permanent bridge being put in in Outdated City forward of main alternative

A brief bridge being in-built Outdated City will possible open to site visitors in April, after which alternative of the deteriorating Llewellyn G. Estes Memorial Bridge will start, Maine’s transportation company mentioned Friday.

Woolwich-based Reed & Reed, Inc. started website preparations and establishing site visitors management signage July 24. Now the contractor is working to put in a two-way, non permanent bridge forward of the long-anticipated main alternative.

The Llewellyn G. Estes Memorial Bridge consists of two constructions that carry Stillwater Avenue throughout the Stillwater River. It’s greater than 70 years outdated and thought of structurally poor.