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Old 09-11-2005, 05:52 PM   #1
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Question Road conditions - Bucks Lake Road - Quincy CA

Last time I was on the road there were large stretches of dirt where they were working on the road. Hoping to ride through there this weekend - either to or from the Beem Bash.

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I haven't been across it in several months, but with the scale of the work I saw being done, I doubt it is back to normal. Try LaPorte-Quincy. They are also working on it, I was across there about 1 month ago, but the dirt sections are short.

One question I have-Both Oroville/Quincy and LaPorte/Quincy were completely engineered and paved since 1993, or 12 years. What the hell did the taxpayers get for the money paid whoever the original contractor was? How can essentially brand new roads be sliding down the hill and falling apart so soon?

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I haven't been across it in several months, but with the scale of the work I saw being done, I doubt it is back to normal. Try LaPorte-Quincy. They are also working on it, I was across there about 1 month ago, but the dirt sections are short.

One question I have-Both Oroville/Quincy and LaPorte/Quincy were completely engineered and paved since 1993, or 12 years. What the hell did the taxpayers get for the money paid whoever the original contractor was? How can essentially brand new roads be sliding down the hill and falling apart so soon?

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