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Residents ask county to help with road
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Residents call Beulah Road the “dam road” because whenever it rains, the road floods, often creating 1-foot deep, dangerous holes.
“We can’t actually call it a road,” resident Ronda Durney told county commissioners during Tuesday’s meeting...
The road, which connects to Islands Highway in Midway, is a private road and should be maintained by the individual property owners and the developer, Trade Hill Land Company, County Administrator Joey Brown said.
The complete story is in the Friday Coastal Courier.

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