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Who put the rocks at Cedar and MacMillan? They’re scattered and pose a safety hazard.

Q. Do you know who put the rocks down at the corner of Cedar and MacMillan to cover up a hole beside the road? The rocks have been scattered all over the intersection for weeks and are a safety hazard at any speed above 2 mph.

A.  Dylan Lee, Wilmington’s GTV-8 Station Manager and a spokesman for the City Manager’s Office, drove through the area earlier this week to verify if there was, indeed, a problem. He said, “there were some workmen working on a sign […] for one of the apartment complexes, but there were no rocks of note.” The hole beside the road must have been for the placement of the sign.

He also said that the city has not had any recent activity near the intersection of Cedar and MacMillan Avenue to his knowledge.


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