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DOT gathers input on Hwy. 20
Large crowd turns out for meeting
Forsyth County resident Hugh Pirkle places a dot on a map showing where he lives as Kristine Hansen-Dederick, with the Georgia Department of Transportation, and his son-in-law Jason Vandergrift look on. Pirkle and Vandergrift were among about 150 people that took part in a public meeting about possible improvements to Hwy. 20 from Cumming to Canton on Thursday at Otwell Middle School. - photo by Crystal Ledford
Donna Martin goes into work early every morning to avoid traffic on Hwy. 20. “I work in Johns Creek and I take the back roads,” she said. “If I ever go in late, I’m stuck on Dr. Bramblett Road because it backs up so much [from Hwy. 20] that I can’t even get out of my driveway.”