Stetson Bridge slated for replacement

Photo by Mary Ann Morris / The Valley ChronicleThe Stetson Bridge has concrete cracks and broken wooden beams. It’s scheduled for replacement. ■ Mary Ann Morris / Editor The Stetson Bridge, which has been listed as one of the worst bridges in Riverside County by, is scheduled for a $1.3 million facelift — most of which will be covered by federal grant money. The bridge, originally built in 1940 from wooden beams and concrete, is two lanes, and last received a touch-up in 1981 in the form of reconstruction. It’s 45-feet long and spans over the Hemet Channel, east of Hemet-Ryan Airport. The bridge is beginning to fall apart –

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