A proposal to build a “community access road” to ease traffic on Highway 98 is being repackaged in an effort to calm the concerns of some Navarre residents.
In fact, the whole idea of using the word “road” to describe the alternate route for local traffic in the Holley by the Sea area is now a source of regret by Santa Rosa County officials and the engineering firm they hired last May to do a $500,000 feasibility study of the project.
Read the full article in the Sept. 27 issue of Navarre Press.
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