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House Approves Bill To Kill I-77 Tolls | WFAE

The state House of Representatives on Thursday approved a bill calling on NCDOT to cancel the I-77 widening project north of Charlotte. The bill now goes to the Senate, where Senate leaders have said they don’t see a need to cancel the project. 25 more words

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Payroll 50 - it's that damned Dane again!

The man’s a menace, a Viking abroad and moving unfettered through London. Last week he was at it again , sponsoring the Payroll 50 – a loose affiliation of millionaires and squillionaires holed up in a conference centre somewhere west of Earls Court. 99 more words

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The voice which will not be silenced

On January 2, 1996, I was hired as President of the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce, then known as the North Mecklenburg Chamber.  The Chamber at the time was working aggressively to bring a new High School to the area.  536 more words

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I-77 Construction Begins, But Toll Debate Persists | WFAE

Drivers will have to deal with construction for a while in addition to the regular rush-hour backups on I-77 north of Charlotte. Work began Monday night, Nov. 166 more words

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I-77 toll lane construction starts Monday, company says | WFAE

The company hired to build and operate toll lanes on I-77 north of Charlotte says it will begin construction on the $648 million project this Monday, Nov. 18 more words

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George Town Street View: Cintra Street

Cintra Street is a road in George Town that connects both Kimberley Street and Chulia Street. Cintra apparently refers to the Portuguese word for “Port” and the street has its root traced back to early Eurasians who settled here. 34 more words

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