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Why is the south end of the Riverwalk closed to pedestrians?

Ken Little
StarNews
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The Riverwalk along the Cape Fear River in downtown Wilmington. (StarNews file photo)

David Cowell, city engineer for Wilmington, said in May 2011 that a temporary pedestrian barrier was installed to address tripping hazards.

“The city will begin repairs to correct settlement of the timber boardwalk’s foundation in the near future. The south end of the Riverwalk will remain closed to the public until those repairs can be completed,” Cowell said.

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One Response to “ Why is the south end of the Riverwalk closed to pedestrians?”

  1. On June 4, 2011 at 8:32 am Susan wrote:

    Could you please clarify where the closure is? Are we talking about a few dozen feet or a few hundred yards?
    Thanks.



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