Decorative bridge lights —Like ’em or not?

The colored Sakonnet Bridge lights, as seen from the southbound lanes on the Portsmouth side Sunday night. The colored Sakonnet Bridge lights, as seen from the southbound lanes on the Portsmouth side Sunday night.

The colored Sakonnet Bridge lights, as seen from the southbound lanes on the Portsmouth side Sunday night.

The colored Sakonnet Bridge lights, as seen from the southbound lanes on the Portsmouth side.

The colored ‘decorative’ lights are now being lit most nights on the Sakonnet River Bridge. We want to know what people think of them. Let us know by participating in our on-line poll.

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  1. Joe Sousa said:

    RI law requires we spend a percentage of our Federal Highway Dollars on Art in Public projects . In ten years they will all fail . No maintenance will continue .

  2. Sawdy19 said:

    To be honest, I don’t really care. As long as the residents of Tiverton and Little Compton are being treated like the red-headed step children of Rhode Island with the imposition of this tax (bridge toll) to access the rest of out county and state, I refuse to ever cross that bridge. As far as I’m concerned the Sakonnet bridge doesn’t exist. I will buy my gas in MA as well as do all my shopping there. On the rare occasion I need to travel to the island, I will take the long way around through Warren and Bristol.

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