Concerned Citizens and Visitors Opposed to the Mid-Currituck Bridge

Browsing Posts published in September, 2011

NEW CAVEAT TO SCHEDULE:   * These dates are anticipated and subject to change and depend on timely receipt of environmental permits.    Overview and Schedule Project Library Draft EIS & Information Contact Us PPP Procurement Mid-Currituck Bridge Preferred Alternative Click to Enlarge Turnpike Authority Confirms Preferred Alternative   Preferred Alternative Newsletter Description New location roadway, […]

Federal doubts could delay,  or doom,  Monroe Connector-Bypass Minus Fish and Wildlife Service OK,  road can’t be built;  environmental impact study disputed. By Steve Harrison Posted: Wednesday,  Aug. 24, 2011 Concerned that the state may not have been truthful about the environmental impact of the proposed Monroe Connector-Bypass,  the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service […]

Bridge ‘idea-gathering’ meeting not advertised to public By Cindy Beamon The Daily Advance Sunday, September 18, 2011   CURRITUCK — The behind-the-scenes “idea gathering” meeting earlier this month on the mid-Currituck bridge’s design was not intended for the public, says a spokeswoman for the state agency overseeing the project. The session hosted by the N.C. […]

Bridge decision expected By Cindy Beamon The Daily Advance Saturday, September 3, 2011 For more than a decade, Currituck residents have been hearing about a mid-county bridge, but with no final authorization to launch the project. That may change soon. The North Carolina Turnpike Authority is expected to release an environmental impact statement this month […]

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