A group of residents in the East are fed up and they say they want their street fixed.
The street is Rebecca Lane in Lenoir County. Neighbor's say the street is like an obstacle course when you drive down it.
Many residents say they are forced to park their cars at the beginning of the street for fear of getting stuck.
Rebecca Lane is a dirt road and during a weather event residents say its packed with mud and giant water spots.
Some say the school bus has stopped going down the street to pick kids up. Instead, students tell WITN that they wait on the corner near the stop sign.
More than one resident says when it rains or a weather event happens on the street, the mail is not delivered.
John McNair says he hasn't received mail since Friday. Instead, he says he goes to the post office to mail a letter.
McNair feels no one is helping him or the people that live on Rebecca Lane.
"We are asking the state, we are asking the county to help us out. We are getting no help from neither one of them, " says McNair.
He adds, "We have 47 homes out here. We are taxpayers. We just want some help."
It's not clear at this point who is responsible for the road.
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