NO MID-CURRITUCK BRIDGE

Concerned Citizens and Visitors Opposed to the Mid-Currituck Bridge

Browsing Posts published in July, 2012

Coastal Review Online 07.27.2012 Build It and They Will Come and Come and Come Topics: Coastal management, Northeast Coast, Transportation By Catherine Kozak Traffic can get heavy in the summer along the 11-mile section of beach leading to Carova. Some wonder what it would be like if a new bridge is built over Currituck Sound. […]

Pending NC toll road projects less a sure thing By GARY D. ROBERTSON – Associated Press By GARY D. ROBERTSON Tags: NC Capitol Letter RALEIGH, N.C. — An unusual probe by North Carolina Republican legislators into edited state Department of Transportation letters on funding for two divisive toll projects raised howls among Democrats who believed […]

Modified Thu, Jun 28, 2012 04:05 AM  Article By David Farren The News and Observer Tags: highway projects | General Assembly | Beverly Perdue  Last week, reports in The N&O chronicled the theatrics over an altered letter to legislators using the borrowed electronic signature of the Department of Transportation’s chief operating officer. Dubbed by some […]

From the Beaufort Observer On-Line             July 08, 2012 The following is a post on Truth or Dare blog that is reprinted here in its entirety here: Thanks to the efforts of Representative Bill Cook, the Hatteras and Knotts Island ferries will remain toll free. Rep. Cook, who is running […]

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