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Why did the DOT not replace the granite marker on the New Hanover County-Pender county line?

Ken Little
StarNews

Q. Why did the DOT remove and not replace the granite marker on the New Hanover County-Pender county line when they finished widening U.S. 17? Where is the marker now?

A. We queried several N.C. Department of Transportation officials, and none were aware of the marker’s location.

“Our current records at the Division Office do not have anything related to this marker,” said Katherine Hite, traffic engineer for NCDOT Division 3.

If anyone knows more about that marker, let us know in the Comments section below.

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