Granite Falls bridge may be a real survivor after all, as it avoids gov.'s veto pen
GRANITE FALLS -- A unique and historic pedestrian bridge that has survived two major floods may have just survived its biggest test of all.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty did not line item veto a $512,000 bonding appropriation for repairs to the 1935 suspension bridge that spans the Minnesota River in Granite Falls.
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