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Who owns the N.C. Highway Patrol building at the Brunswick-Columbus line?

Andrew Dunn
StarNews

The office, located on westbound U.S. 74/76 in a strip mall near the Brunswick-Columbus counties line, is rented from T&H Enterprizes, a Delco-based vendor, N.C. Highway Patrol Capt. W.T. Belch said.

The rent is $925 per month. It is paid 80 percent from a federal grant and 20 percent from a N.C. Department of Transportation grant.

The federal money comes from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, which governs commercial vehicle safety.

Two sergeants and about a dozen troopers work out of the office, Belch said.

They check for truck safety, inspect for equipment violations and check commercial drivers to make sure they are following safety guidelines, Belch said.

The next closest office is in Fayetteville.

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