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S.E.L.C. to Meet with Mainland Bridge Opponents

Climate Change Must Be Addressed in Bridge Studies

New climate change guidelines make for better decision-making

August 2, 2016

New federal guidelines require agencies to consider climate change when evaluating proposals, providing a vital tool to inform and improve public decision-making. (© Robert Llewellyn)

Today the Obama Administration released guidelines on how federal agencies should consider climate change when assessing proposed projects.

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SELC Mid-Currituck Bridge

Mid-Currituck Bridge, NC | Southern Environmental Law Center

SELC uses the power of the law to champion all the things you love about the South: clean water, healthy air, mountains, forests, rural countryside, and the coast.

Source: www.southernenvironment.org/cases-and-projects/mid-currituck-bridge-nc

Presentation Given by the SELC June 1, 2016

SELC Mid-Currituck Presentation

 

 

S.E.L.C. Community Meeting June 1, 2016

SELC Letter to NCBOT Nov. 2015

 

 

Mid-Currituck-SELC-Letter-to-NCBOT

 

 

 

Accelerated Timeline Questionable

The timeline is a farce and NCDOT knows it!

1. There is no Record of Decision. No R.O.D., no bridge.

2. They are trying to fund 60% of the cost with toll revenue bonds and without the “gap” funding that was removed from statute, $28 million/year for 30-40 years; no private equity- the PPP was […]

Mid-Currituck Bridge Timeline Accelerated

There are many concerned citizens and vacationers that support the SELC in their efforts against Mid-Currituck Bridge, an unnecessary, extremely expensive, and environmentally damaging project.

COST

The cost of the project has ranged from $750 million in a 2010 Letter of Interest for a federal T.I.F.I.A. loan to a “normalized cost” of $410 million for […]

Business recruiter: Time for an interstate

“Having that shield does make a difference.” NCEast’s John Chaffee on the need for a freeway

By William F. West Staff Writer The Daily Advance Saturday, April 4, 2015

The leader of a regional economic development group said that a freeway via Elizabeth City is needed to help boost commerce between the Raleigh-Durham area and […]

Planners look for ways to ease traffic to the Outer Banks

Local leaders need to implement and advocate for improvements to the existing roads as outlined in the FEIS for the Mid-Currituck Bridge. Known as the ER2 alternative to building a bridge. ADD PAVEMENT TO NC12, Southern Shores through Duck and build the flyover interchange at the US158/NC12 intersection.

 

http://www.wvec.com/home/Planners-look-for-ways-to-ease-traffic-to-the-Outer-Banks-269889301.html

 

 

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