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    The Hazel corridor is a mess, and will be until next spring. The biggest and longest running road construction project in Sacramento County – a $20 million reinvention of Hazel – is back in full uproar mode this summer.

The Hazel corridor is a mess, and will be until next spring. The biggest and longest running road construction project in Sacramento County – a $20 million reinvention of Hazel – is back in full uproar mode this summer. Tony Bizjak The Sacramento Bee
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