Unpaved Roads/Why?
Joseph Roy

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#1 Jan 19, 2006
It's been said that a dirt road has charm.
This is ok if the road is ones own property,NOT PUBLIC ROAD.
In this day and age you would think that the smarter thing to
do is to pave.What road? Why Deep Hollow Road.Thing is,I'm only
talking about the First Tenth of a Mile. That's all !!maybe 900
feet worth. I've lived on North Tower Hill Road now for the past
fifteen years.As far as the cost the amount of times I've seen
the road grader on that road,the town could have paid to pave
the road three times over. Scenic Route? Fine,make it a scenic
route once your past Steve Kaye farm(North Tower Hill).Right
now 01/19/'06 there are two good size soft spots.I've already
bottomed out twice it the past two days.$800 MUFFLER SYSTEM
dragging in the mud!!DON'T YOU THINK IT'S MAYBE TIME TO PAVE
THIS PART OF THE ROAD?

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