A truck enters Flowers Plantation from N.C. 42. The developer fears the state’s plan to widen the highway will divide the community.
A truck enters Flowers Plantation from N.C. 42. The developer fears the state’s plan to widen the highway will divide the community. Scott Bolejack sbolejack@newsobserver.com
A truck enters Flowers Plantation from N.C. 42. The developer fears the state’s plan to widen the highway will divide the community. Scott Bolejack sbolejack@newsobserver.com

Flowers Plantation wary of road-widening plans

September 03, 2015 07:42 AM

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