Woodford County

June 3, 2014 4:58 PM

Aging Weisenberger bridge, which links Woodford and Scott, to be replaced

Mac Weisenberger says the scenery around his mill is the same in 2014 as it was in 1973, when he first started working at his family business. Weisenberger, the fifth-generation owner and operator of the 149-year-old Weisenberger Mill, is used to the same landscape outside his office window — a dam on South Elkhorn Creek, which flows beneath a one-lane bridge of rusted steel and stone. But that scene is about to change.

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