Bridging the Divide 

Bayside residents are concerned the county will replace a quaint Jacoby Creek bridge

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Photo by Grant Scott-Goforth

Just off Jacoby Creek Road in Bayside is a one-lane, rust-red, wooden covered bridge that stretches 60 feet across narrow Jacoby Creek — the only entrance and exit to a small neighborhood. The bridge, built of fir and redwood in 1967, evokes…

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