STAFF PHOTO BY JON HAWLEYEnglish Construction crews work on the new Knobbs Creek Bridge in Elizabeth City, Monday. Work on the bridge is expected to continue through 2014 and be complete in June 2015.

STAFF PHOTO BY JON HAWLEYEnglish Construction crews work on the new Knobbs Creek Bridge in Elizabeth City, Monday. Work on the bridge is expected to continue through 2014 and be complete in June 2015.

Causeway widening to take longer

By Corinne Saunders

The Daily Advance

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Editor’s note: This week and part of next, The Daily Advance will be taking a look at what lies ahead in 2014. Today’s story updates local road-building projects.

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Slow

The construction around this place is SO SLOW!!! I'm sure the project on Dominion Blvd will be finished and sealed up light years before anything around here. That's what happens when you higher a crappy bidder. It's incredible how long these tiny projects are taking.

N Road St

The road work on N Road St. doesn't look finished, either. The road surface at the junction of the new bridge at Knobbs Creek is horrible, pitted, and uneven.

Reader's Note.

This reader would expect the staff at The Daily Advance to know that the causeway widening has long been completed. Perhaps the writer and editors meant Hwy 158 in Camden?

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