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February 17, 2014 9:33 AM

Safety is paramount in frontage road dispute

The parishioners of St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church and the students attending its school have been forced to endure a safety hazard. Five thousand parishioners are forced to compromise their safety due to the failure of the Berkeley Hall community to comply with a 1999 agreement with the county to allow the county to complete a frontage road which would provide a safe entrance and exit to the church and school.

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