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N.C. Department of Transportation inspectors Jeff Ballance (back) and Toby Perry look over the construction work on the new bridge tender’s house on the new eastbound Camden Causeway drawbridge over the Pasquotank River, Tuesday. Work crews put the house’s roof in place on Tuesday. Plans call for opening the new drawbridge and starting renovation work on the westbound drawbridge by June 2015. The current bridge tender’s house will be removed from the westbound drawbridge during the renovation work.
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N.C. Department of Transportation inspectors Jeff Ballance (back) and Toby Perry look over the construction work on the new bridge tender’s house on the new eastbound Camden Causeway drawbridge over the Pasquotank River, Tuesday. Work crews put the house’s roof in place on Tuesday. Plans call for opening the new drawbridge and starting renovation work on the westbound drawbridge by June 2015. The current bridge tender’s house will be removed from the westbound drawbridge during the renovation work.

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By William F. West

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N.C. Department of Transportation inspectors Jeff Ballance (back) and Toby Perry look over the construction work on the new bridge tender’s house on the new eastbound Camden Causeway drawbridge over the Pasquotank River, Tuesday. Work crews put the house’s roof (above) in place on Tuesday. Plans call for opening the new drawbridge and starting renovation work on the westbound drawbridge by June 2015. The current bridge tender’s house will be removed from the westbound drawbridge during the renovation work.