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A potential road block?  

Credit:  by Kate Day Sager, www.oleantimesherald.com 19 August 2011 ~~

CARROLLTON – After it was announced that Church Street and Nichols Run might be used for the transport of wind turbine materials for a proposed wind farm, residents of that area expressed concerns of how 8,500 heavy truckloads will affect their road, properties and lifestyles.

Nichols Run residents Mike Lippert, who lives in the town of Allegany, and Larry Murphy, who resides down the road in the town of Carrollton, said they don’t believe a sagging culvert in the road will hold up under the weight of the trucks.

Source:  by Kate Day Sager, www.oleantimesherald.com 19 August 2011

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