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Inspection of unsafe Schenectady bridge could lead to repairs

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It’s been 15 months since the Oak Street bridge was closed, and not a minute of work has been done on it yet.

But city Engineer Christopher Wallin hopes contractors will be able to inspect the deterioration in September.

It has been a long, long wait — especially for the small segment of the Bellevue neighborhood that was largely cut off when the bridge closed. Their only other route out requires a one-mile detour ...

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