Bridge burned in Woolsey fire open to public



BEFORE—The bridge as it looked just days after the November 2018 Woolsey fire. The guardrail had warped and the foundation collapsed. Acorn file photo

The 70-year-old Chesebro bridge that was destroyed in the Woolsey fire and then rebuilt was opened to the public on May 3 with a dedication to Jess Thomas, a longtime Old Agoura resident and defender of the rural equestrian area.

The bridge— now called the Jess Thomas Bridge in honor of the man who has spent more than 40 years protecting the...

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