A turn from Macon Road to Barbara Road, at right, gets a bit tight for garbage trucks and even cars when vehicles are at the stop sign. The city is taking a look at it.
A turn from Macon Road to Barbara Road, at right, gets a bit tight for garbage trucks and even cars when vehicles are at the stop sign. The city is taking a look at it. benw@ledger-enquirer.com Ben Wright
A turn from Macon Road to Barbara Road, at right, gets a bit tight for garbage trucks and even cars when vehicles are at the stop sign. The city is taking a look at it. benw@ledger-enquirer.com Ben Wright

Turns are just too tight for garbage trucks on Barbara Road

October 01, 2017 06:00 PM

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