It should embarrass Crestview residents that the first impression of our city that hundreds of tourists passing through town each month get is the cracked, rutted and potholed Antioch and P.J. Adams Parkway roads.
Once the tourist passes the fire station on P.J. Adams, he or she takes their life in their hands before reaching Highway 85.
(One wonders) whether local county commissioners or city council members ever travel that stretch of road. If they did, it might be repaired or condemned by now.
Yes, there is "talk" of widening the road in two years — but there will be nothing left to widen in two years.
It will be one giant pothole by then!
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