Voted expected at Jan. 28 meeting

Published: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at 05:29 PM.

Walsh called the Greenfield Heights property and building a "great deal."

"You’ll never come across it again, and it’s in a great place," he said of the property across the railroad tracks behind Food Lion. "If there was a way to work everything out, I’d lean in this direction."

"When I first saw it, I said that’s a great deal," Sanders said. "Then the reality set in that you can’t pay to operate it."

In other business Monday night, the board:

- set March 13 and 14 for its annual lobbying trip to Washington, D.C.

- heard briefly on proposed signs at the entrance to the city to honor the Havelock High state championship football teams, which he said would cost $16,000. Commissioners said that they would need financial support from the community to pay for the signs.

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