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What is the story behind the new “Atkinson Trail” sign off N.C. 133 in Brunswick County?

Ana Ribeiro
StarNews

The sign indicates a hunting trail partially located within Leland’s boundaries, and partially owned by the Mallory Creek developer, said Leland planner Robert Waring.

Two gates restrict access to the private trail, located between Mallory Creek on N.C. 133 and Brunswick Forest on U.S. 17, Waring said.

Within Mallory Creek property off the trail, utilities provider H2GO is building a water tower, the planner said.

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One Response to “ What is the story behind the new “Atkinson Trail” sign off N.C. 133 in Brunswick County?”

  1. On September 25, 2014 at 12:46 pm Tim Enfinger wrote:

    A hunting trail partially located within Leland’s boundaries? Discharging of firearms is against Leland town ordinance.



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