Residents face infrastructure assessments (NC)

Residents in the Stone Hill Estates and Ravenstone projects in eastern Durham have been awaiting an integral part of their subdivisions for nearly a decade.  Anyone driving through the subdivisions can see that something is missing — the top layer of pavement on many of the roads. Many of the water main caps and manhole covers are pockmarks on the roads. Drivers have to weave around them as to not damage their cars — some are successful, some leave their own marks on the metal coverings and roadways.    Read the article…….


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