Hendersonville Lightning: Highland Lake Road project not among jettisoned NCDOT projects

From the Hendersonville Lightning:

As people across North Carolina heed a statewide stay-home order to curb the spread of COVID-19, traffic volumes have plummeted, causing at least a $300 million budget shortfall for the N.C. Department of Transportation in the current fiscal year and an uncertain forecast for the next budget year. . . Projects moving forward are funded by GARVEE bonds, BUILD NC bonds, and federal grants. Those include the $3.4 million Highland Lake Road improvement. . .

4 thoughts on “Hendersonville Lightning: Highland Lake Road project not among jettisoned NCDOT projects

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  1. Why am I not shocked? It appears the elite’s power to inflict their will on the peasants is strong. Stronger than a mighty virus.

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  2. If there is Federal $ now involved in the NHLRd project, it will no longer be able to use/take Park Land.
    I heard that is prohibited by Fed Law.

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