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March 31, 2010 - Karin Elton
A couple years ago my daughters had a friend who lived in the trailer park in Marshall. I picked her up and dropped her off a couple times.
Driving on the roads in the trailer park (Broadmoor Valley), I noticed how poorly-maintained they were. I thought these roads are definitely a low priority.
A couple nights ago I drove through the trailer park again and the roads are much worse. Some of the potholes are more like coffinholes. Not quite the size of coffins, but the shape.
Maybe they keep the roads poor so that people will drive slower, which is a good thing. It's an obstacle course. You have to constantly be on the alert and drive your car in a zigzag fashion to avoid the coffinholes.
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