Widen I-77 group members asked residents to email i77feedback@ncdot.gov in support of the “complete and delete” plan and to give input on the report by Philadelphia-based Mercator Advisors by Sept. 9.
Widen I-77 group members asked residents to email i77feedback@ncdot.gov in support of the “complete and delete” plan and to give input on the report by Philadelphia-based Mercator Advisors by Sept. 9. Mark Hames Charlotte Observer file photo
Widen I-77 group members asked residents to email i77feedback@ncdot.gov in support of the “complete and delete” plan and to give input on the report by Philadelphia-based Mercator Advisors by Sept. 9. Mark Hames Charlotte Observer file photo

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