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By Julian March

WILMINGTON, NC — A proposal to dedicate an interchange in honor of Lanny Wilson, a former member of the state’s Board of Transportation, is moving forward.

The region’s Transportation Advisory Committee voted 6-4 Wednesday in favor of the plan despite concerns from some members about the process.

The DOT will ultimately consider the proposal to dedicate the interchange and bridge structure at Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway and North 23rd Street after Wilson.

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  • deputy25

    this must be a crooked street??? just saying

  • Wilmington Observer

    Why not name the interchange in honor of Zhen Bo Liu? The Asian delivery driver, who was killed on June 14th, was minding his own business when he was murdered while trying to make a living by delivering food to the six people who killed him.

    Wilmington Observer

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