Officials in Atlantic City have put a weight limit on one of the city’s Venice Park bridges. According to the Press of Atlantic City, they say it’s because the poor condition of the span is a public safety risk. Mayor Marty Small Sr. Thursday outlined the city’s plans to repair the existing bridges and eventually replace them with new versions over the next two years. An inspection found the 50-plus year old bridge had substructure issues. The weight limit moving forward is no more than 6,000 pounds for vehicles on the bridge over the Venice lagoon.