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Bridge – Week 2

Thursday, March 12, 2009

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End of Week one images Lafayette Rd. Bridge

March 06, 2009 posted by Indy Possible at 6:14 PM 0 comments Is the city backtracking on bridge bike lanes? This morning’s Star article infers the bike lanes promised for the bridge over Eagle Creek may be deleted. That’s a … Continue reading

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March 2, 2009 – The first day without the bridge

Tuesday, March 03, 2009 Fire trucks from Hendricks County blared by my house early this morning. The road closure means that emergency response to the Traders Point area includes a contingent from Brownsburg. Raceway to Fishback, Fishback to Wilson, Wilson … Continue reading

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Cyclists, Kayakers, Canoeists and Lafayette Road Bridge

The Department of Public Works held a public meeting last week about the closure of Lafayette Road between March and October 2009 for the reconstruction of the bridge over Eagle Creek. Most of the discussion centered on traffic concerns, fire … Continue reading

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Laf. Rd. Bridge CLOSED April – December 2009 ! ! !

If you travel Lafayette Rd between 71st and 79th St., you might want to attend this public meeting. The road is scheduled be closed from March through December 2009 to replace the bridge over Eagle Creek. You are cordially invited … Continue reading

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“We Meet by Accident”

A growing church is a beautiful sight accompanied by challenges. The real estate history of Traders Point Christian Church is of a church that built a log cabin in the floodway of Eagle Creek (1850s) and had to move to … Continue reading

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Homer Resler

One-Armed Homer Resler Homer Resler and George Wilkins were a couple of the earliest auto mechanics on the northwest side of Indianapolis. Their garage greeted motorists from the 1920s through the 1950s who either needed gas or mechanical help at … Continue reading

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