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INDIAN LAND – When Mary Smith of Indian Land drove to Fort Mill last week, she was disturbed to see how tall the grass had gotten on local roadsides.
"This is not only unsightly. It's dangerous," she said of the knee-high and taller grass that skirts local roads and medians.
Typically, local state roads are mowed by the S.C. Department of Transportation five times between April and December, but budget cuts have forced them to reduce that to four, said John McKay of the Lancaster DOT maintenance office.
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