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If you want it, pay for it yourself

"Replace it with something that will bring value for once.. to our area…." As for "OUR" area We're quite happy in Brunswick county. We don't build things WE don't need. The planning for this road has been a joke, I've been to the meetings. When we have a bridge plan that doesn't disturb neighborhoods, create more problems than it solves, and is fiscally responsible, we'll "Git r done". But a "plan" that has changed as many times in as many years is not a plan, but a "JOKE". Our property values have not taken the extreme hits of New Conover County. Wilmington is the result of unbridled and unplanned growth at the expense of a southern lifestyle that is now gone. If by "backwoods" you mean Relaxed lifestyle Uncluttered neighborhoods without traffic within 10 feet A quick and responsive Police and Sheriff's department Neighborhoods with little crime Doesn't have an Increasing tax burden Doesn't have an Insane "water authority billing department" well that's just a few things us backwoods hillbilly's enjoy. So by all means, let's hurry and break our necks to provide Wilmington with the added tax revenues to keep desperate NHC taxpayers searching for others to pay a FEE to go into town. We just don't need it as bad as Ya'll. Besides, there's the convention center and an invisible hotel/Howard Johnson's that you need to build first. "done backwards in your neck of the woods"? What have you really gained? Make sure you've paid your $1,12,341,431,341.00 water bill.

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