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Judge Road reopened after completion of Whitney Creek bridge replacement

By Press Release

From Laura A. Wadhams, P.E., assistant county engineer:

Work has been completed on the bridge replacement over Whitney Creek on Judge Road in the Town of Alabama and the road is now reopened.

A portion of Judge Road had been closed since Oct. 12 to replace the bridge, which is immediately west of Crosby Road.

Bridge over Whitney Creek on Judge Road, Alabama, to close for replacement Monday

By Billie Owens

From Tim Hens, superintendent, Genesee County Highway Department:

Effective Monday, Oct. 12th, the bridge over Whitney Creek on Judge Road in the Town of Alabama will be closing so that the bridge may be replaced. 

The bridge is immediately west of Crosby Road.

There will be a detour posted onsite for the duration of the project, which is expected to take approximately two to three months to complete.

Photo: Barn, Judge Road, Oakfield

By Howard B. Owens

I made a picture of this barn two springs ago and a lot of people said they liked it at the time, but as I learned more about photography, I was unhappy with the picture -- it lacked some pop with the overcast sky. Last spring, as soon as the dandelions bloomed, I went back to try a retake, but I drove out to Judge Road in the late afternoon, so the shadows on the west side of the barn were too dark.  This morning, with the dandelions in bloom, I tried again.

Person found unconscious on Judge Road

By Howard B. Owens

A passerby reportedly found an unconscious person on Judge Road in Alabama who may have been struck by a motor vehicle.

The first firefighter on scene reported the individual was conscious by the time he arrived and was highly intoxicated, though may have been struck by a car.

Mercy Flight is on standby and Mercy EMS is in route.

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