To the lack of progress in the stalemate over the Route 272 bridge leading into downtown North East, and more so the lack of communication over the issues. Town officials have been noting for weeks that they’ve been left in the dark about what is going on with the State Highway Administration project, which was due to completed in fall 2017, since its Delaware contractor left the job site three months ago. Work on the project, which aims to expand and improve the bridge that runs over the Amtrak rail lines, reached new levels of concern late last week, when the contractor returned to the site and removed all of its equipment, which had been sitting idle for weeks. Delegate Kevin Hornberger said he had talked to SHA District Engineer Greg Holsey and was told that the contractor and the state are still in talks to resolve some “discrepancies,” though he didn’t have details on what those discrepancies are. Meanwhile, the town is left wondering if the biggest project they’ve dealt with in years will stretch on much longer than initially thought. What gives, SHA?