Dresser

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Years of wear and tear and several safety-related incidents in 2004 have prompted the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) to add funding for the replacement of the Route 5 bridge, known as the Judith Stewart Dresser Memorial Bridge, to the working draft of the Six-Year Improvement Plan, which the CTB is expected to adopt in June.

Hand-wrought nails, stemmed glassware and ceramics dating back to 1750 to 1780 are among items discovered by Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) archaeologists as part of a routine archaeological investigation of the area where the replacement of the Judith Stewart Dresser Memorial Bridge will be constructed over the Chickahominy River later this year.