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Why aren’t 2 sections of grass along N.C. 133 mowed between Town Creek Road and Orton?

Ken Little

The grass between the locations mentioned “can’t be mowed during the growing season because it is a federal and state endangered species,” N.C. Department of Transportation spokeswoman Tammy Stewart said.

The grass type is called rough-leaf loosestrife, Stewart said.

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