Residents asked to clear streets for paving

Wednesday, Aug 1, 2012 8:22 PM
Last updated 10:32 PM
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Columbia County

All property, vehicles and trash cans must be removed from Rye Hill Court and Rye Hill Drive in Evans by early Thursday morning, the Columbia County’s Road Construction Department said Wednesday.

Residents are being asked to clear the roadways so they can be resurfaced by C & H Paving in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Transportation. The process is set to begin at 6:30 a.m., and the department asks that the roads be free of obstruction by that time.

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oldredneckman96 08/01/12 - 10:57 pm
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Clearing the Streets

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Why bother to pave what some have turned into thier private parking lot combo trash dump? Our taxes should be used to pave a street that allows full unrestricted use of all paved surfaces for traffic.

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