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INDEPENDENCE — While it may be stating the obvious, Grayson supervisors let the Virginia Department of Transportation know that roads in Grayson are in bad shape.
Matthew Cox of VDOT was on hand to take maintenance concerns during the supervisors' meeting March 11.
Vice Chairman Doug Carrico simply stated that he could pick any dirt road in Grayson County, and "They're all bad now," he told Cox.
"I don't know how some school buses are making it. The pot holes are getting bad and roads are breaking up pretty much everywhere."
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