Stamford reps may stop work on West Main Street bridge

The board’s Operations Committee Tuesday night voted to recommend that the project go forward. But it’s not clear which way representatives will go, given that, six months ago, they barely approved an engineering contract with a 21-19 vote. The latest sticking point is that representatives believed that Mayor David Martin would come back to them after the engineering firm, Wengell, McDonnell & Costello, finished the $98,000 first phase of its assessment of the scope of work needed to fix the 1888 bridge, and before the $457,000 second phase.

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