Eddie Madden, Project Manager for the Multi-Use Path, updated the Board on Phase II and Phase IIA. The next portion of the multi-use path will continue from Turtle Cove subdivision to the White Lake Marina. The Board will seek public input through 2 public meetings (Feb. 11 and March 10th at 7:00 p.m.) where the conceptual plan will be shared. A Citizen Survey will also be available for anyone to complete and can be accessed on the Town’s website. This section of the path includes a wetland portion which will require the use of a raised boardwalk. The total project for phase II of development is $686,989 which includes $400,000 for the boardwalk. A grant from Parks and Recreation Trust Fund is being requested to fund $343,495 toward the project which leaves a local commitment of $343,495. For the Phase IIA portion, the path will extend from the Marina to to the Scotchman. In order to offset the local match, applications will be submitted to various organizations. The Board approved the public meeting dates, the amendment to the CIP to include budgeting capital expenditures for Phase II of the project and the Basic Facts and Assurances Agreement as presented.
White Lake Board Hears Lake Water Management Update and Mult-Use Path Phase II Information
- Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr with Unity in the Community
- Census Workers Wanted in Bladen County
- Speaker Moore Calls Out Pattern of Improper Behavior by Governor’s Elections Appointees, Demands ResignationSpeaker Moore Calls Out Pattern of Improper Behavior by Governor’s Elections Appointees, Demands Resignation
- Friday Funny this week is a reminder of what the Pledge of Allegiance means