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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Resident complaints will lead to change on Mallard Drive in Wilmington.

The city has about $50,000 for improvements to roads, including more than $40,000 to help enforce low speed limits.

The city will likely add an inch to the current height of speed humps on Mallard, while adding what are known as “chokers” on Hooker Road to help slow traffic in the 25 mile per hour zone.

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