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A winter storm forecast to make landfall this weekend is threatening to take another chunk out of the coastal road before a $20 million repair project can begin next week.Waves have battered the coastal road here since it was laid in 1998 .The shore where the road is now used to be a littoral zone, marked by porous, black rocks, which spout water when the water rolls in the right way.A storm last winter swallowed part of the road, prompting a flurry of promises for repair.The sea barrier along the airport road is in disrepair, Public Works and Transportation Minister Ghazi Zeitar told The Daily Star Friday.The Dbayyeh Municipality is now worried about the highway above the coastal road, as well.
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