Plummer Asks For Bridge Designation To Honor Pocahontas Native


State Senator Jason Plummer is asking his colleagues to pass House Joint Resolution 36, designating the Route 160 bridge, crossing over I-70, the “Richard Clayton Bridge”.

Plummer said the bridge runs between Highland and Grantfork in Madison County. Clayton was born in Pocahontas in 1930 and is a veteran of the US Marine Corps. He served the state as a leading expert in bridge design and construction. Plummer pointed out that many bridges in other senators’ districts were probably designed by Clayton.

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Later in his career, Clayton started Chipwood Acres Nursery on his property along Route 160.

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