If you're a Chicagoan, I'm sure you're familiar with the Chicago bridge, right? Well, it's been worn down over the years (it was built during the Industrial Revolution in 1914) and a city ordinance says historical landmarks must be put up for sale, they can't just be taken apart. Whoever buys the bridge would have to agree they will maintain it and its historical features as well as assuming all legal and financial responsibility. If the buyer wants to move the bridge, they have to take on the cost of moving it to another location. Geez. Who's in? Lol. Read more about it HERE!
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