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Solutions considered for problems on two Bena roads

Gloucester County and VDOT officials are considering a number of short- and long-term fixes to problems with the condition of Little England and Oyster Cove roads in Bena.

On Tuesday, Feb. 14, county and Virginia Department of Transportation representatives visited the two roads in question to see firsthand their condition.

Little England Road resident Randy Orga and Gloucester Board of Supervisors member Phillip Bazzani (who is also a resident of the road) were joined by board vice chair Ashley Chriscoe, County Administrator Carol Steele, Deputy County Administrator George Bains and VDOT’s Saluda Residency Administrator Lee McKnight for a tour of the neighborhood.

Last year, residents of Little England Road filled a petition to grab the attention of the county and VDOT in hopes to have repairs done to the roads they live on. Narrow roads, massive potholes and crumbling shoulders are just a few issues plaguing the residents.

The narrowness of both roads forces motorists to...

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