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Why is only half of Cumbee Road in Brunswick County paved?

Jason Gonzales
StarNews

Q. Why is only half of Cumbee Road in Brunswick County paved? Since the new median was installed at Mt. Pisgah and U.S. 17 to where you can no longer turn to go south on 17, everyone uses this road as a cut through. The school buses and large tracker trailer trucks keep tearing up the dirt road to where it is almost impossible for small cars to drive on it. It’s even worse if it rains.

A. MyReporter was unable to get an answer to this question.

N.C. Department of Transportation officials have no information on the status of this road, according to Jack Provost, division engineer.

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