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End in sight for Military Cutoff construction

WILMINGTON -- While the construction on Military Cutoff continues there is an end in sight. Construction that began three years ago along the two-mile stretch of road was scheduled to be completed by May of this year. However, because of contractual and weather-related set backs, the paving project is now slated to be completed November 13. DOT engineer Wanda James said, "The main priority is fixing existing problems and getting the job done right the first time. We wanted to make sure that the pavement that we were putting over the existing pavement didn't have a lot of pot holes and crack in it." James urges motorist to be patient and know that they are working as fast as they can.

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