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Does Pender County have plans to pave Saps Road in Hampstead?

K.J. Williams
StarNews

That road is an unpaved one, and isn’t maintained by Pender County, said Kyle Breuer, interim director of planning and community development.

He added that anyone can petition the N.C. Department of Transportation, requesting that a road be paved, but a private road would have to meet specific criteria first.

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2 Responses to “ Does Pender County have plans to pave Saps Road in Hampstead?”

  1. On August 11, 2010 at 9:44 am DJGooding wrote:

    Saps Road isn’t paved, except maybe the 30 foot right of way right at the end.

  2. On August 13, 2010 at 12:04 pm Jim Ware wrote:

    Sorry, that was a typo. You’re correct. Saps Road is unpaved. The post has been corrected. Thanks!



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