Randy Orga and Tom Townsend, above from left, meassure a stretch of Oyster Cove Road. In some places the pavement only reaches around 10 feet in width. Below, the roads of Little England and Oyster Cove have a number of deep potholes lining them. The presence of potholes is just one of the issues drivers face every day in the neighborhood.
Residents of Little England and Oyster Cove roads in Gloucester Point are working to get the Virginia Department of Transportation to do something about their roads.
They have complained that the roads in this community are very narrow and in a degrading condition. The edges of the surface treated roads are crumbling and are dotted with potholes. The tar from the treated roads has become a nuisance to residents who often end up tracking it into their driveways and homes.
Little England Road residents Randy Orga and Tom Townsend have been vocal about the condition of the state-maintained roads. The safety of their neighbors plays a lar...
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