Butte County residents concerned about lack of Centerville Road repairs

A section of the road was washed away back in 2016 and has still not been repaired, causing concern over a lack of an escape route in case of emergency.

Posted: Mar. 14, 2019 4:15 PM
Updated: Mar. 14, 2019 4:15 PM

Speech to Text for Butte County residents concerned about lack of Centerville Road repairs

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paradise alliance church on clark road.### stephanie stephanie neighbors near centerville road... that's between chico and magalia... are sharing some concern this morning. vo locals there are worried about the lack of an escape route in the case of a fire or flood. a section of the road...washed away back in 2016... and still the washed-out stretch is about one mile from the intersection of honey run road and centerville road. sot full "if there is a fire there is no other way that we can get out, there is no way we can evacuate except right here, so if this doesn't get fix before the fire season we are going to have a lot of nervous people up here" vo "catallano" -- who you just heard from there... says he was told that the road would be fixed last summer. but still, no word on repairs yet. we are
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