The City of Corpus Christi and the Texas Department of Transportation gathered input from citizens on the future of the Harbor Bridge Monday night.
It was the first of several planned public meetings aimed at collecting input and answering questions from those who want to know where things stand. It was held at St. Paul United Methodist Church on Sam Rankin.
"We had a lot of good comments tonight, and how the bridge may impact their homes and churches, and we are sensitive to that," said Christopher Amy, Corpus Christi environmental coordinator for Tx-DOT, "and we are working to get these questions answered, to get feedback and see how we are going to develop and move forward."
Tx-DOT is currently in the planning phase of the project. Construction wouldn't begin until the year 2017 at the earliest.
You can visit www.ccharborbridgeproject.com to register any concerns you may have, or to get information about the project.
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