Opponents of a four-lane bypass of the northern end of Robinwood Drive blasted the Washington County Commissioners Tuesday for not yet making a decision on the project.
Howard Gilbert, an attorney for Covenant Presbyterian Church, which would lose open land it owns under one of the proposed alignments for the bypass, said the commissioners ow it to the community to make a decision.
"They want to get on with their lives. They need to know, and it's up to you to tell them," he said.
George Evans, pastor for Covenant Presbyterian Church, said the church would not willingly sell the land needed for the road.
Ned Garrett, an opponent of the route that would use church grounds and pass by his home, said the community has "had enough pain and suffering from this group's obvious inability to make a decision."