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Residents of South Tampa’s Manhattan Avenue have been left frustrated by a major road that has been torn up for more than a year.

The road, which was previously an asphalt street and a major connector for the neighborhood, is now a dusty, pothole-filled stretch of street.

Many residents have complained that the city has given them little communication about what’s been going on and are turning to local news outlets for answers.

The city of Tampa has been unresponsive, and residents are concerned about the safety hazards presented by the older brick-paved roads.

The city has yet to name the developer responsible for the project, and there may be litigation involved.

Meanwhile, residents are eager to have their street paved and access to their neighborhood restored.

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