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WHAT'S THE PROBLEM? Tree limbs, grass and other trash have clogged the drains in front of the Augusta National Golf Club. One tipster complained that Washington Road turns into a "bathtub" in that area when it rains.

Debris has clogged drains on Washington Road in front of the Augusta National Golf Club, causing water to pool when it rains.  Adam Folk/Staff
Adam Folk/Staff
Debris has clogged drains on Washington Road in front of the Augusta National Golf Club, causing water to pool when it rains.

WHO'S RESPONSIBLE? The Georgia Department of Transportation is responsible for keeping the drains clear of debris on certain sections of Washington Road. Its Augusta office can be reached at (706) 855-3466.

WHAT'S BEING DONE? DOT Area Engineer Mike Keene said crews have looked at the portion of road and plan to run a street sweeper to clean the roadway next week.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Help us make our area a better place to live by pointing out the things you see that need to be fixed in Richmond, Columbia and Aiken counties. Give us a call or send us an e-mail if you see a road hazard, a pothole, a broken street sign, a malfunctioning traffic light or other problem. We'll try to address these areas with the responsible parties. If you have a suggestion or nomination, call our Fix It line at (706) 823-3339 or e-mail fixit@augustachronicle.com.


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