The Top 10, No. 1: The war of the roads

From the Hendersonville Lightning: “A proposed Highland Lake Road project turned the usually sedate Flat Rock Village Council meetings into jam-packed public forums filled with project opponents.

At Laurel Park, Hendersonville and Mills River council meetings, residents turned out to oppose roundabouts on U.S. 64, Kanuga Road work, a White Street widening and an N.C. 191 five-lane project. But nowhere was the opposition broader and more energetic than on the Balfour Parkway, a proposed $160 million bypass from U.S. 64 East to I-26, Asheville Highway and N.C. 191. . .” Continue reading

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