A number of residents who live on or near Little England Road in Hayes voiced their concerns with the condition of the road during Tuesday’s Gloucester Board of Supervisors meeting.
The public comments were made in conjunction with the Virginia Department of Transportation quarterly update, which was given at the meeting, which was held in the colonial courthouse.
Glenn Wilson of Oyster Cove Road was the first to address the road condition. Wilson said the road he lives on and the nearby Little England Road are too narrow for two cars to pass each other. Sharp turns on those roads add to the danger that drivers face. He also pointed to a serious drainage problem on the road because of the lack of maintenance performed on the ditches.
Randy Orga said drivers on Little England Road often get into accidents because of how narrow the crumbling road is. He recounted seeing two school buses on the road trying to pass each other. One bus had to drive into the ditch while the other w...
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