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There's scant paving in Richland Heights West, but you'll find a traffic circle on North Vine Avenue and (paved) Greenlee Road. Residents have repeatedly voted to keep paving at bay.
Residents of one Tucson neighborhood don't have to go far to reach the end of the road. It's just outside their doors. They live in a curious section of the city that's been unpaved for generations.
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