PARTF and the park

The Village of Flat Rock is requesting from the State of North Carolina that they be allowed to remove property from the Park at Flat Rock for use by NCDOT for the N. Highland Lake Road project (U-5887). As part of that process, the N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR) requires that the... Continue Reading →

Budget time continued

The Flat Rock village council will have a second council workshop on the upcoming budget for fiscal year 2019/2020 on Wednesday, May 15, at 10:00 a.m. This workshop is open for the public to attend. The fiscal year for the State of North Carolina runs from July 1 to June 30. A draft of the 2019/2020... Continue Reading →

Budget time

The Flat Rock village council will have a council workshop on the upcoming budget for fiscal year 2019/2020 immediately following the May 9 council meeting (the council meeting begins at 9:30 a.m.). This workshop is open for the public to attend. The fiscal year for the State of North Carolina runs from July 1 to... Continue Reading →

From the Times-News: New roadwork To the editor: Kudos to Michael Beckerman and his great letter to the editor correctly depicting the nightmare that the construction of the roundabout is. It seems that everyone is shaking his or her head with great annoyance at the ridiculous amount of construction work being done. Certainly, it is... Continue Reading →

From the Hendersonville Lightning: . . . One part politician and two parts policy wonk, [Henderson County commissioner Bill] Lapsley has been rewarded by the state transportation secretary, who appointed him to a new commission to recommend how North Carolina can modernize its transportation investment strategy. Transportation Secretary Jim Trogdon announced last week that the... Continue Reading →

UPDATE: Greenville Highway (NC 225) is now scheduled to be closed at Erkwood Drive/Shepherd Street on April 13 (Saturday) at 7:00 A.M. for roundabout construction work.

From today's Times-News letters to the editor: Traffic circle I regularly drive past the construction site where Greenville Highway intersects with Erkwood Drive and Shepherd Street. Casual observation tells us that businesses are being disrupted, homeowners are being stripped of their privacy, enough land is being denuded to reforest the Great Plains, and enough money... Continue Reading →

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