Storm shelter plans proceed
A $3.3 million storm shelter/community center will go forward, after a thumbs up Tuesday from county supervisors.
Local emergency manager Randy Stewart said the facility would accommodate 1,764 people.
“I would like for the Board to consider moving forward,” Board president James Dunn said.
“Is there a location?” District 3 supervisor Phillis Williams asked.
“The town has not acted on our request,” replied Board attorney Andy Dulaney.
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