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Does the city plan on altering Greenville Loop Road?

John Peaspanen

Q: Why have survey crews been seen recently on Greenville Loop Road, and what is the city planning to do with the survey? Are they planning on altering the road?

No alterations are planned for the roadway, but public utilities upgrades are pending.

According to Jim Flechtner, transportation manager for the City of Wilmington, “Surveyors working for CFPUA’s Engineering Consultant Kimley-Horn and Associates have been surveying within the Greenville Loop Road right-of-way for the Authority’s Northeast Interceptor Rehabilitation Phase 2 project. The project will rehabilitate almost 5,000 linear feet of existing ductile iron pipe by replacing it with new plastic pipe using the pipe-bursting method.”

Flechtner added that construction is anticipated to begin in 2013.

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