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Who is responsible for repairing a cut-up section of Jabbertown Road?

Julian March

Q. Just outside the city limits of Southport, Jabbertown Road has just been paved. Almost as soon as the paving was finished a crew working on underground utilities cut up a section of the road where Jabbertown meets East Leonard Street and filled it back with dirt and rocks. Big trucks making the turn onto Jabbertown from Progress Energy and/or the fertilizer plant will soon pound a huge hole there. Who is responsible for properly repairing the hole? 

A. Jabbertown Road was repaved earlier this year by the N.C. Department of Transportation.

Since the repaving, work connected with Time Warner Cable disturbed the road, according to the DOT, which will require Time Warner to repair the road.

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Chad Huggins

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