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Brunswick Forest moving dirt for new Lowe's, CVS

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By: JP Finlay
Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Brunswick Forest residents will begin to see movement on a 55,000-square-foot retail site that will include a Lowe’s Foods and CVS Pharmacy. Workers have begun site preparation and early steps on construction with the stores projected to open in the summer of 2012.

“I’m glad to see them moving forward with building. It shows a positive future for Brunswick Forest,” said Dana Fisher, executive director of the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce. “With Lowe’s and CVS, I’m hoping that more things come now. Build it and they will come.”

The construction crew started clearing the lot and ground for the 42,000-square-foot Lowe’s, the 13,000-square-foot CVS along with an additional 8,000 square feet of retail space.

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They would have made a

They would have made a better move by putting it closser to regelwood after all all anyone has out there is that vey tiny store trying to pass itself off as a piggly wiggly

Don't you mean Brunswick NON-Forest?

Or Brunswick Prairie?

The first thing they did was cut down every tree within eyesight.

Brunswick Prairie??

Not true. Have you even been in there? There are still thousands of trees standing and more getting planted every day.

Yup, can't let those pesky

Yup, can't let those pesky trees get in the way of the vision of a developer.

I'm with you

I have lived in Brunswick County since 1987. I have always said that the county should put signs at each welcome to Brunswick county line and they should read "Welcome to Brunswick County - we leave no tree standing, and if we did, we will be back to get it". I have never seen an area that is so devoted to wiping out our natural protection against hurricanes and other storms. Some call it progress - I call it stupidity.