Some issues seem to linger forever, with no closure in sight. It isn’t that solutions haven’t been proposed, or that efforts haven’t been made, but a successful ending of the problem just hasn’t happened.
Take the Augusta Bottom Road for example. The condition of the road, the responsibility to maintain it, the fact that it is on a levee, its importance as a shortcut from the north side of the Missouri River to Washington, the fact that it involves three counties and the city of Washington, it has been battered by floodwaters and repaired to make it passable many times — all of these are side problems that have added to the complexities of the issue.
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