Residents Along Private Road Seek Help After Culvert Collapse
Published June 15th, 2013
ALACHUA COUNTY - Residents in one section of Alachua County say they feel helpless after a portion of the only roadway into their neighborhood collapsed after last week's heavy rains.
With the private roadway now left impassable, and the cost to repair the road in the tens of thousands of dollars, residents there say they don't know who to turn to for help.
TV20's Trent Kelly has their story, plus an easy way to find out if the road you live on is publicly owned or private.
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