Back in the day, the downtown Saugatuck River bridge had toll gates.
For the past few decades — now called the Ruth Steinkraus Cohen Bridge — it’s been the site of anti-war protests.
These days, there’s something new there. But no one knows what.
An alert “06880” reader sent this photo, of the south side of the bridge:
So what is it?
A way for the Downtown Steering Committee to measure river traffic?
Something the Saugatuck Rowing Club uses to tell scullers they’re near the bridge?
Or just another NSA tracking device?
If you know, or think you do — or want to hazard a wild guess — click “Comments” below.
The good news: The sky looks clear. No chemtrails.