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Dusty road source of concerns

June 27, 2013

Deanes Road resident Jason Deanes shows the Clay County Board of Supervisors an inhaler he is now using due to the thick dust on Deanes Road.

The dust is so bad you can barely breathe, says several residents living on Deanes Road in Clay County. And aside from trying to keep the dust from settling into their lungs, residents say the dust on Deanes Road clouds up so thickly, motorists can barely see the road in front of them when vehicles pass by, which some say is a serious concern.

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