been the complaint for months and months as Kentucky's side of the Big Four
Bridge was open, while Indiana's dates to open came and went again and again.
Walker Dominique Collins said, "We walked down there and I
seen it wasn't open I want it to open up so I can see what's on the other
side." Monday night, walkers started hearing the news that the bridge to
nowhere would be no more.
Rose said, "It will be nice to get to be able to go back and
forth between the states." Walker Marisha Jackson agreed, "I think
that would be awesome so we can actually go over there and explore a little
bit." Her friend, Sparkle Beeler added, "I bring my kids out
here often and we've been trying to exercise as I'm losing weight from a recent
baby so, it's good to be able to walk all the way over verses just over to this
most excited? The man who has been hearing about it for months, Jeffersonville
Mayor Mike Moore. "We did get good news today," Moore smiled.
when will it open? Moore said he's ready and now it's up to the Louisville
Waterfront Corporation to take down the gate.
know with it being election day people may have other plans and I know how
important this opening is to everybody in Indiana and Kentucky and I know Mayor
Fischer is anxious to get it open," Moore said. "I know all my store
owners in Jeffersonville are anxious to bring in all these new customers from
Louisville and if at all possible I would love to be able to walk across that
bridge about 5 tomorrow evening."
new restaurants are opening this week in downtown Jeffersonville and Moore said
Tuesday he will turn 50, so he would love nothing more than for the bridge to
open on his birthday. Will Louisville provide that present? A spokesman for
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said the date and time will be announced
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