GATESVILLE — Texas highway officials are mulling a new plan for replacing a 110-year-old bridge that would bump the project cost to $1 million but would spare the city of Gatesville the prohibitive cost of moving water and sewer lines, City Manager Roger Mumby told Coryell County commissioners Monday.
Texas Department of Transportation engineers have discussed replacing the old Leon River Bridge for years, but the plan changed in recent weeks to an offer the city cannot accept, Mumby said,
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