NC Moves 2050 public input survey

From now until November 30, you can participate in both an online survey and leave comments on an interactive map about the future transportation challenges across North Carolina and what should be the future focus of transportation in our region. NCDOT will use the feedback to help shape the vision and goals for its next long-range transportation plan, called NC Moves 2050,... Continue Reading →

T-N: Letter to the editor

Pulling a fast one To the editor: The N.C. Department of Transportation has done it again, pulling a fast one on the city of Hendersonville and county of Henderson! First, it has an outside firm redraw the roundabout at Kanuga, to propose a signalized intersection, deliberately drawn to show this plan would impact property owners more... Continue Reading →

Today is the final day to send comments to NCDOT on the Kanuga Road project (NCDOT project no. R-5748): By mail to Jeffrey Dayton, PE, 555 Fayetteville Street, Suite 900, Raleigh, NC 27601 By email to jeffrey.dayton@hdrinc.com

Kanuga Road project public comments

The public has until November 13 to submit comments to NCDOT on the Kanuga Road project (NCDOT project no. R-5748). Comments can be sent: By mail to Jeffrey Dayton, PE, 555 Fayetteville Street, Suite 900, Raleigh, NC 27601 By email to jeffrey.dayton@hdrinc.com

The NCDOT public input meeting on the Kanuga Road project will be tomorrow (Tuesday, Oct 30) from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the City of Hendersonville Operational Center (305 Williams Street). See you there!

County commissioners asked the Recreation Advisory Board to put together the plan, and once that board reviews and adopts it, it will move on for adoption by the commissioners. The plan has also been presented to the Transportation Advisory Committee and the Planning Board, providing even more opportunity for public comment as each of those... Continue Reading →

N.C. historic panel clears way for Highland Lake Road work

So disappointing that a historic preservation easement is apparently ineffective in preserving historic property. From the Hendersonville Lightning: "The state Historic Preservation Office has ruled that an NCDOT project can encroach on the corner of Greenville Highway and North Highland Lake Road, removing one of the last hurdles before the work can start."

The final Henderson County greenway master plan public input session is today (Thursday, Oct 25) from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the Kaplan Auditorium (Henderson County Main Library, 301 N. Washington Street).

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