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Q: DOT just added a turn lane on N.C. 68 at Prince Edward Road. There aren't a lot of houses on that particular road right now, but I've heard there's a development in the works. Is that the reason the turn lane was added?
Friday, September 12, 2014

Q: A few months ago you wrote about the southern end of Strawberry Road, where it intersects with U.S. 220, saying that it will be closed for a period of time due to road construction. I think you said that would happen sometime this fall - is there any update as to exactly when that will happen?
Friday, September 12, 2014

Q: Many schools in Guilford County have a flashing light during school hours to warn motorists to slow down as they enter a school zone in the mornings and afternoons. Why do Summerfield Elementary and Northwest High not have these flashing warning lights?
Friday, September 5, 2014

Q: Have any of the town councils in northwest Guilford County allocated funds toward law enforcement for drone technology? If law enforcement is using or plans to use drones for surveillance, monitoring, or investigation, all residents need to be informed and to have input into this activity in regards to privacy concerns and possible abuse.
Friday, September 5, 2014

Q: There are a lot of dump trucks filled with dirt using Anthony Road in Stokesdale. The drivers seem very courteous and go slowly enough, but I'm wondering why they're hauling the dirt and where it's going. I've heard a rumor that there will be 3,600 loads of dirt hauled.
Friday, August 29, 2014

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