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Sycamore Road in Wayland, a residential street near the Framingham line, is scenic and quaint.
In other words, wonderful until you try to drive on it. The private, quarter-mile-long dirt road has such deep pits and potholes that some residents fear it's become a public safety hazard.
But getting it paved isn't as easy as it sounds, and could cost the neighborhood a mind-boggling $1 million...
Find out why in Sunday's GlobeWatch West...
-- Erica Noonan