Riley Slough floods in wintertime, as shown in this photo from December 2015. Over time, those soggy conditions have undermined the timber supports of the bridge on Tualco Road. Snohomish County plans to replace the bridge. The work will likely require moving a driveway to a rental house, shown in the background. (Contributed photo)

Riley Slough floods in wintertime, as shown in this photo from December 2015. Over time, those soggy conditions have undermined the timber supports of the bridge on Tualco Road. Snohomish County plans to replace the bridge. The work will likely require moving a driveway to a rental house, shown in the background. (Contributed photo)

One of 4 remaining deficient county bridges to be replaced

The Monroe-area bridge will be replaced with concrete. Other replacements await federal money.

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