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What’s happening at the building at Chestnut and Second streets across from the library that has had scaffolding for more than a year?

Tim Buckland
StarNews

The developer is waiting for bricks needed to make repairs, according to Wilmington city spokesman Dylan Lee.

“According to our engineering department, who issued the right-of-way permit for the scaffolding at Cape Fear Apartments, the contractor is awaiting the bricks that will be used to make the repair. When they arrive in the next 3-4 weeks, work will proceed,” Lee said in an email.

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Scaffolding on Second Street at Chestnut Street in downtown Wilmington. [GOOGLE]

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