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Three out of four potential megaport sites are in the region

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By Rachel Johnson, Staff Writer

ST.JAMES—If they listen to feedback of the audience, the answer is “No.”

Last week the North Carolina Maritime Strategy study team heard local input from the public about proposed uses and locations for North Carolina ports.

During a more than four-hour meeting with more than 300 people in attendance, the public interacted with researchers to find out details about the study. During the public comment time, more than 50 people registered to speak—only one spoke out in favor of a megaport in Brunswick County.


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