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At long last, it looks like things are finally getting started on fixing and realigning McNeil Canyon Road. In late August, Douglas County Commissioners restricted use of the road to vehicles under 10-thousand pounds, Commissioner Marc Straub says out of conocern for an uptick in frequency of accidents due to equipment failure in vehicles of that large size. It's also in conjunction with the forthcoming realignment of McNeil Canyon Road. The county has been in the process of acquiring private property to realign the road, and Straub says it's just getting underway:

Straub says he hasn't run into any resistance from the residents in the area:

Straub says he's happy the process is starting; realignment of the road is scheduled for completion in 2025.

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