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ATTN Northern Middle Tn guys and gals!

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On Monday, Sept 21, we will be milling and paving at the intersection of SR25 and US231 (Payne’s Store) from 8:30am till 3pm. There will be traffic delays. Please seek an alternate route or else have some patience. Please pass this along to friends and relatives. Thanks.

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Same thing today and tomorrow. Please avoid this area if you can.

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I just need to know when you all be getting close to Oldhams Market. lol

On a serious note how far out are you guys paving?

Thanks.

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9 hours ago, Verne said:

I just need to know when you all be getting close to Oldhams Market. lol

On a serious note how far out are you guys paving?

Thanks.

We will pave through Hartsville once we get finished here.

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20 hours ago, gregintenn said:

We will pave through Hartsville once we get finished here.

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45 minutes ago, Chucktshoes said:

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This is MN in a nutshell.

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1 hour ago, Chucktshoes said:

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We’ve gotten better at that I think. I remember at one point, we had all three interstates going through Nashville screwed up. You simply could not get through Nashville for a while.

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7 minutes ago, gregintenn said:

We’ve gotten better at that I think. I remember at one point, we had all three interstates going through Nashville screwed up. You simply could not get through Nashville for a while.

Oh, I know. Trust me, I know. 

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52 minutes ago, Chucktshoes said:

Oh, I know. Trust me, I know. 

You also know the alternative as you travel to other states. Some roads are almost dangerous due to their state of disrepair. They require maintenance. Everyone wants them maintained as long as the maintenance does not impede them in any way. Do it during the day and folks are angry about having to stop for a minute. Do it at night and they complain about the noise. It is a no win situation.

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3 minutes ago, gregintenn said:

You also know the alternative as you travel to other states. Some roads are almost dangerous due to their state of disrepair. They require maintenance. Everyone wants them maintained as long as the maintenance does not impede them in any way. Do it during the day and folks are angry about having to stop for a minute. Do it at night and they complain about the noise. It is a no win situation.

Yup. You should try driving through Indiana. Your suspension will hate you. 

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Hey Greg you can bring your crew and fix my road anytime you want, day or night. I will serve cold water, drinks, iced tea and maybe a sandwich. We have been here for 8 years nothing done except a very few shovels of cold patch. This is a county road btw, but if you need something for the gang to do come on over.

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I want to tell you what my work truck looks like so you can wave me through but I do not want to admit I drive it.

 

 

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