Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 4:00 am (Updated: October 6, 4:19 am)
The immediate dangers and concerns involving the Sherman Minton Bridge's closing in Louisville have resulted in long-term gridlock for the metropolitan area.
Bullitt County officials looked to turn the ordeal into a positive boost for the local economy, hoping more Louisville residents and businesses will begin to head south.
In a prepared statement, Bullitt Fiscal Court made a public announcement that no county bridges were closed due to safety concerns.
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