Commissioners look at smoking policy for city parks

Published: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at 03:30 PM.

In other business during Monday night’s meeting, the board:

-- voted to spend $7,578 for sidewalks associated with the new Slocum Creek Recreation Area. The board also directed city staff to investigate placement of a security light at the site.

-- agreed to spend $1,025 as a contribution toward the cost of three signs recognizing the Havelock High School state football championship teams of 1971, 2011 and 2012. The N.C. Department of Transportation is erecting the signs on N.C.101 and U.S. 70 West and East. According to Liner, $1,225 was raised in donations to pay for the signs.

-- voted to send a letter to the N.C. Department of Transportation asking for an entrance to the MacDonald Downs subdivision to be added to the state’s plan for the proposed Slocum Road and U.S. 70 interchange. Designs presented to city officials two weeks ago eliminated the entrance to the subdivision and instead reroutes traffic to Tucker Creek with a new back road connecting to the neighborhood.



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