County shouldn’t waste our money by repaving where it’s not needed
I live on Delabrooke Road in Mechanicsville. Last month, the county thought it needed to put tar and gravel on a perfectly good road that had no holes and needed nothing done. The loose gravel now hits the bottom of the vehicle and the road is rough when it used to be smooth.
But if you go onto Route 235 in the Oakville/Mechanicsville area, there are holes all along the road. But out there the county is just patching the road instead of paving.
There is a lot more traffic on Route 235 than on Delabrooke Road. What a waste of money. What is wrong with our common sense?
Stacy Budd, Mechanicsville