Residents of a neighborhood in south Modesto say off-road vehicles using a vacant field next to their subdivision kick up clouds of dust that get into their homes, pose a health problem and prevents them from using their back yards. The problem has eased in the past week with stricter law enforcement.
Residents of a neighborhood in south Modesto say off-road vehicles using a vacant field next to their subdivision kick up clouds of dust that get into their homes, pose a health problem and prevents them from using their back yards. The problem has eased in the past week with stricter law enforcement.
Residents of a neighborhood in south Modesto say off-road vehicles using a vacant field next to their subdivision kick up clouds of dust that get into their homes, pose a health problem and prevents them from using their back yards. The problem has eased in the past week with stricter law enforcement.

Modesto neighbors tired of off-road riders' dust

April 09, 2008 05:35 AM