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Re: OT private road.

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07-09-2013 11:28:58

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the layout of the road cuts across each ones property at about 20 ft or so each person loses that amount from his total.and it is at the end of the property. our county/state will not maintain private property . in case the school sees the necessity use that road to pick up children, then the county will build a turaround at the end of the road or where the last child lives. recently the county board agreed to accept a private road and maintain it, the county will determine the cost and each owner will pay for it by a tax incease until the cost is paid.

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07-09-2013 15:06:48

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 Re: OT private road. in reply to cb, 07-09-2013 11:28:58  
It is so hard to give advise when you leave out so many things about the roadway and the land. If the total width of the roadway is only 20 feet, then it is nothing but trouble in the making. Nearly impossible to cut proper drainage, add culverts, and maintain that narrow width. Around here the county wont touch it unless it is about 60 feet wide. I wrote below, but cant figure out if you own yet, or are thinking of buying, so I will be unable to give further advice. Tom

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07-14-2013 10:41:44

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 Re: OT private road. in reply to Tom-NoCenTX, 07-09-2013 15:06:48  
Here in Dearborn County, Indiana we have lots of county roads that are not 20 feet wide. State highways are not much better. As part of emergency repairs in a slide area, the state is widening SR 1 to 12 foot lanes with 2 foot shoulders. SR 1 carries a lot of trucks and is also the access road for the states biggest ski area.

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07-09-2013 16:51:18

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 Re: OT private road. in reply to Tom-NoCenTX, 07-09-2013 15:06:48  
no not an owner just know some of the owners and of the history. it seems the county and the owners have come togsther will deed the required width to the county and wii be ascessed the increased in taxes until the cost of bringing the road up to paid for

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