Concerned Citizens and Visitors Opposed to the Mid-Currituck Bridge

Browsing Posts published in July, 2014

By JON HAWLEY The Daily Advance Staff Writer Saturday, July 5, 2014 Roadwork in northeastern North Carolina has been on a bumpy and uncertain path since state officials implemented new, urban-focused criteria for new road projects. Turns out, it could get worse, thanks to the federal Highway Trust Fund driving toward a “fiscal cliff” courtesy […]

By Reggie Ponder Chowan Herald Wednesday, July 2, 2014 EDENTON — Area officials continued to express frustration this week with a new state road-funding formula they say favors urban projects over rural ones. Elizabeth City Public Works Director Paul Fredette and Edenton Town Manager Anne-Marie Knighton were among the officials who attended a state Department […]

“If anything, the strategic value has increased due to steady tourism and population growth, not to mention ongoing seasonal traffic congestion.”
 Dan ScanlonCurrituck 
County manager By Cindy Beamon Staff Writer Sunday, June 29, 2014 CURRITUCK — The highway through Currituck to the Outer Banks may be crossed off the state’s list of key corridors in […]

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