With a last-minute vote, a south-side pedestrian bridge jumped to the head of the line.
From the July, 2015 issue
As mayor Christopher Taylor notes, the bridge connecting two Lansdowne neighborhoods ranked dead last on the city's list of thirty-two possible alternative transportation projects. So why did council budget $450,000 for it in May? "We're following through on promises," says the bridge's chief council advocate, Fourth Ward councilmember Jack Eaton.