By Jane Feehan
A number of residents, and reportedly, Mayor Joy Cooper, are not thrilled with the color the city painted the bridge and its ramps connecting Hallandale’s barrier island with the mainland.
The city recently paid $33,000 to clean and paint the state-owned bridge "Shoreline Coral." No one seems to know who picked the color, one of the hues also seen around city hall. Someone there likes bright colors; the iconic water tower (see photo) serves as precedent. The bridge's paint job and a possible redo may be discussed at an upcoming city commission meeting.
I like it, but don't live there. Perhaps some movie makers on location will use footage of the bridge in SOFLA scenes ... Or, each city can adopt a color for their Intracoastal bridge ... or ...
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