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February 3, 2014 6:21 PM

Road Worrier: A year after grabbing land from bankrupt owner, NCDOT seeks permission

A federal bankruptcy judge levied punitive fines and rebuked an NC Department of Transportation lawyer for "absolutely untrue" statements offered in her rationale after DOT condemned land and demolished a building, in violation of bankruptcy laws, for a $37 million Cabarrus County road project.

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