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By Tim Enloe; Accessmilton.com
Since the City of Milton started a repaving and widening project on Bethany Road between Mayfield and Providence Roads late this past year,numerous problems have transpired. From the city not speaking to property owners prior to speeding and road side trash being even more severe.Unexpected flooding has also taken place.
Numerous residents have also endured daily trenching and rutting on the road shoulder in front of their homes; not just creating an issue for emergency and utility crews, but also affecting the beauty of one of Milton's open road neighborhoods and residents's homes.
Thankfully, a local resident reported one individual intentionally going off payment to cause damage. See the attached police report for more.
The suspected vehicle is registered to a home on McCaus Lane in new Crabapple subdivision.
We have emailed City Manager Chris Lagerbloom; Public Works Director Carter Lucas, and Police Chief Harrell to see where the investigation goes from here. We will post any responses on Accessmilton.com.
If the City and it's citizens want to keep the "rural" feel, more focus, attention, and voice must be given to those that make Milton, GA different. Remember, you don't know what you have until it's gone.