On my abstract in Iowa it shows a 33' wide roadway easement down the rear of my property and adjoining neighbors properties. It shows the first 320 as improved and the remaining 1165' as unimproved. The county now says the entire 1485 is a Level B maintenance road. Yet, the first 320 feet is maintained presently as a level A, the next 1000 feet has no resemblance of a road and the properties are not taxed, and the remaining 165' aslo has no resemblance of a road and the owner is taxed. The county now says that they can upgrade the road to a level A which actually is building a new road since one hasn't existed on the 1165'. My arguement is the county has vacated the road since no resemblance of a road exists and therefore it is not theirs anymore to build on. Based on the total inconsistency by the county do they still have the right to build a road?