OIB begins eminent domain action for Causeway Drive property

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By Brian Slattery

OCEAN ISLE BEACH — The Ocean Isle Beach town board voted to take a property by eminent domain to be used for a park.

Mayor Debbie Smith said during the Feb. 11 town board meeting the town has pursued two parcels between Causeway Drive and the Museum of Coastal Carolina for open space and park property.

Smith said the property at Causeway Drive and East Second Street is owned by Bank of America and town officials have been negotiating with the bank to purchase the land.

“We thought we had a purchase agreement,” Smith said.

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