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 email@example.com
The French Broad River MPO is currently seeking public feedback by November 14 on its Congestion Management Process (CMP) draft before presenting the draft to the MPO Board on November 15. The CMP is a federally required document that outlines a management approach to new and existing transportation systems for dealing with congestion as well... Continue Reading →
Miriam Hughes, one of the organizers of Save Kanuga Road, said the group feels misled. She believes other measures can be taken to improve the road’s safety that have not been addressed. “We don’t feel quite heard even though we were led to believe that they were listening to us,” Hughes said. “So far it... Continue Reading →
A report on today's public input session for the Kanuga Road project from the Hendersonville Lightning: "Graham MacPherson, owner of the 1905 Pinebrook Manor Inn, said he tried to talk to engineers about whether the state will rebuild a rock wall and entrance to its historical nature. The project would take the existing wall, he... Continue Reading →
The Kanuga Road project public input meeting is happening now until 7:00 p.m. at the City of Hendersonville Operational Center (305 Williams Street). Stop on by!
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 →
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).
During a special-called meeting Wednesday afternoon, the council backed a single-lane roundabout at Hebron Road, White Street and Kanuga Road; a double-lane roundabout where Church, Main and King streets converge south of downtown; and a mini-roundabout for Willow Road at White Street.
There will be a public input session on the Henderson County greenway master plan this Thursday, October 25, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the Kaplan Auditorium (Hendersonville Main Library). Pages 31 through 33 of the Henderson County greenway master plan outline greenway projects in the Village of Flat Rock. The master plan states: The Village... Continue Reading →
One of two Henderson County greenway master plan public input sessions is today (Tuesday, Oct 23) from 10:00 to noon in the King Street Meeting Room (100 N. King St., Hendersonville).
A Times-News op-ed by Victor Behoriam, former Flat Rock planning board member: "Having recently read The Village Record, the newsletter of our Flat Rock Village, I have an urge to weigh in. In the 'From the Mayor’s Desk' section, Mayor Bob Staton waxes poetically about the 'beautiful mountains' and the 'colors of our deciduous trees'... Continue Reading →
Two public input sessions this week for the Henderson County greenway master plan: Tuesday, Oct 23, 10:00 - noon in the King Street Meeting Room (100 N. King St., Hendersonville) Thursday, Oct 25, 4:00 PM - 6:00 p.m. in the Kaplan Auditorium (Hendersonville Main Library)
NCDOT wants public input on the future of transportation in N.C., so from now until Nov. 30, residents can participate in 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 their regions.
Transportation officials from Division 14 — which covers the 10 western most counties — shared the revised design plans to improve Kanuga Road between Little River Road and Church Street with local officials after they asked NCDOT to revise initial plans presented in the summer of 2017. . . Continue reading