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This is the very same Wayne Currie that was responsible for the disastrous bridge painting project. He even wrote a paper about it called "Tackling a big project: Painting the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge". Nice title. Sounds like something an eighth grader might write.

http://www.pavementpreservation.org/wp-content/uploads/presentations/Cur...

He or the co-author took pictures of the traffic backups that happened as a result of the closings. He also talks about the fact that nighttime closures - hey genius, you closed it all weekend! - made traffic backup throughout downtown.

He's got no excuse. Little Bottlenecks? I'd say call over to the DOT on Division drive, and find out who his boss is. Suggest that they find someone competent to deal with the rest of whatever this project entails. They say it has something to do with electrical controls, but Wayne here says that the controls were replaced in 2007. Yet another bad install?

Marvin (Wayne) lives south of Independence Blvd, so he likely didn't give this mess a second thought, and didn't have any reason to experience it over the weekend. (Source: NHC Tax records, so no "special" access was necessary to find that out)

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