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'Road to Nowhere' paved

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By Jeff M. Hardison

BRONSON - One Bronson resident calls it "the road to nowhere," and he wonders why it was paved.

Levy County Road 1081, which is also known as Northeast 138th Terrace in the Windmill Acres subdivision of Bronson, was paved from Northeast 47th Place to the dead end. That's slightly more than three-quarters of a mile. This project and Northeast 47th Place from 136th Avenue to 138th Terrace were recently completed.

C.W. Gilbert said he thinks only 45 cars a day travel on that part of CR 1081.


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