Bridgeport City Council approved an ordinance at their Monday evening regular session that allows the city manager to sign an agreement with the West Virginia Department of Highways which is intended to secure funding for bridge repairs in the city. Although the funding is to be drawn from a statewide pool of money on a first come, first served basis, some preliminary preparation has already been done by the city to help improve their chances.
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