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  • Natives and Outsiders at the Jay Covered Bridge.
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     June 1997. Bridge closed, being removed in three sections.  New bridge proponent Jay Ward (left, with flag patch) and new bridge opponent Fred Balzac (right, in civilian overcoat) discuss the Jay  covered bridge controversy, February '96. View of site of new two-lane bridge, looking South from Old Covered Bridge and swimming holes. Ebenezer Mountain. [Click on Photo to Return to Jay Covered Bridge.]
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    • June 1997. Bridge closed, being removed in three sections.
    • New bridge proponent Jay Ward (left, with flag patch) and new bridge opponent Fred Balzac (right, in civilian overcoat) discuss the Jay covered bridge controversy, February '96 (Plattsburgh Republican photo).
    • View of site of new two-lane bridge, looking South from Old Covered Bridge and swimming holes. Ebenezer Mountain.
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