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Alternate may be for best

Like most of Carson Valley's controversial roads, Zerolene barely exists.

Starting in the parking lot of a business, it is paved about a quarter of the way down its present length, though not all the way across the right of way for that portion that has asphalt.

Developers say that as the back door to The Ranch, it must be passable in a 100-year-flood, which means a bridge must be built over Martin Slough.

Project Engineer Rob Anderson said the improvement is a regional one and that the developer would be willing to participate, but doesn't want to pay full …

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The Record Courier Updated Oct 9, 2012 05:22PM Published Oct 9, 2012 05:20PM Copyright 2012 The Record Courier. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.