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Anti-toll-lane forces bring back controversial campaign signs

election 2013 bugCiting First Amendment rights, I-77 toll lane opponents have replanted a series of controversial campaign signs around Cornelius and Huntersville urging voters to fire incumbent commissioners in the two towns. Although TollFreeNC/Widen I-77 had announced Friday it was removing the signs amid criticism, a spokeswoman said Sunday it had decided to bring back the signs.

Speaking for Widen I-77, Vallee Bubak of Davidson said, “Many citizens and business owners were disappointed the signs were removed since they felt the signs were helpful for alerting the public about the I-77 toll issue and identifying the Town Commissioners responsible for approving the tolls.”

“Citizens against tolling I-77 have chosen to exercise their First Amendment right to post the signs,” she said in an email.

The small black signs attacking incumbent commissioners John Bradford of Cornelius and Sarah McAulay of Huntersville were visible again Sunday on major thoroughfares and intersections in the two towns. They say “Fire Bradford – He Supports Tolls” and “Fire McAulay – She Supports Tolls.”

Gone on Sunday were another series of signs endorsing town board candidates in the towns whom the group endorsed for their anti-toll stands. Some of those candidates last week repudiated the signs, saying they didn’t support negative campaigning. At least one commissioner candidate, Del Arrendale of Cornelius, had publicly asked that his name be removed from the list and endorsed Bradford.

Incumbent Cornelius Commissioner Dave Gilroy said he thinks people have “overreacted” to the negative campaign signs.  “This is the most precious and protected kind of free speech in our democracy,” Gilroy said in an email. “John and Sarah are my friends, and we undoubtedly agree on more issues than we disagree on, but I do think there has been an overreaction to these yard signs.”

He called the First Amendment the “cornerstone of our democracy” and said  he would have no grounds to complain if citizens who disagree with his anti-toll position were to post “Fire Gilroy” signs. (See Gilroy’s full comment below.)

OPPOSING ‘HOT’ LANES

What Bradford and McAaulay and other local elected officials have supported is the N.C. Department of Transportation’s proposed $550 million project to widen the congested stretch of I-77 north of Charlotte, between the Brookshire Freeway (Exit 11) to N.C. 150 (Exit 36) in Iredell County, using High Occupancy/Toll (HOT) lanes.

The project has the backing of state and regional transportation officials, as well as local representatives at the statehouse, including state House Speaker Thom Tillis (R-Cornelius) and state Sen. Jeff Tarte (R-Cornelius). The Meckelnburg Union Metropolitan Planning Organization (MUMPO), a group of local elected officials that sets transportation priorities, has voted to move the project forward as well.

But TollFreeNC and Widen I-77 want officials to reconsider the idea.

The work would add two toll lanes between Charlotte and Exit 28 in Cornelius, and one lane from Exit 28 north to Exit 36. It also calls for a variety of bridge and interchange improvements along the 26 miles.

Under the DOT’s plan, toll lanes would be optional not be required and commuters would have a choice whether to pay to use the new lanes. The number of regular lanes on I-77 won’t be reduced by the construction.

The DOT and its consultants say HOT lanes would guarantee a reliable travel time to and from Charlotte even at peak traffic hours. Cars with at least three passengers as well as motorcycles, and buses could use the lanes free. Other drivers would be able to use the lanes for a fee, which would vary according to how crowded the HOT lanes are.

State and federal funding would pay about $170 million of the cost, with the rest coming from private investors. The DOT hopes to sign a 50-year contract with a private company to build and operate the lanes. The project has won the backing of local officials in the Charlotte area, who say it would help the project qualify for funding years earlier than originally scheduled under current road-project rankings.

According to the NCDOT, construction could begin in late 2014, with completion in 2017.

Bubak said she has met voters in Davidson and Cornelius who do not know about the DOT’s plans. “Building tolls on I-77 will likely be the single most critical decision by our towns that will impact citizens for decades,” she said.

WHO IS TOLLFREENC/WIDEN I-77?

TollFreeNC is a state-registered political action committee based in Cornelius and is an offshoot of the group Widen I-77, which has organized meetings and protests over the HOT lanes project. Toll

Vallee Bubak, of Davidson, and Kurt Naas of Cornelius, are frequent spokespeople. Its organizing documents list Phyllis Wilson of Cornelius as treasurer.

RELATED LINKS

See more about HOT lanes on the NCDOT’s I-77 project page

See previous coverage of HOT Lanes on CorneliusNews.net.

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Posted in Cornelius, Davidson, Election 2013, Huntersville, Living with Growth, Mooresville, Planning & Development, Town Hall, TransportationComments (2)

Get a preview and a say in our region’s future at Mon. workshop

living with growth bugA series of community meetings looking at the future growth of our region are planned Monday, Oct. 14, at the Davidson College Presbyterian Church Congregation House on Concord Road. The two-hour workshops are aimed at residents from across the region and are part of the 14-county, two-state CONNECT Our Future initiative. Read the full story

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Posted in Cabarrus County, Calendar, Charlotte, Concord, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Living with Growth, Mecklenburg County, Mooresville, Planning & DevelopmentComments Off

Town Board agrees to bring back fall leaf pickups

special-buttons31aThe Cornelius Town Board on Monday voted 4-0 to bring back a scaled-back version of the town’s fall and winter curbside leaf pickups, which were eliminated in the budget this fiscal year. The board also approved spending seized drug funds to buy a bucket truck to help maintain the police department’s local network of police cameras. And commissioners got an earful from several Torrence Chapel Road neighbors who don’t want a sidewalk on their street. Read the full story

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Posted in Planning & Development, Public safety, Torrence Chapel, Town Hall, TransportationComments Off

What our traffic laws say about skateboards, horses, golf carts

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Common Laws is a general legal information column written by two local attorneys.

Recently, the widespread popularity of skateboarding has prompted the Town of Davidson to explore an ordinance regulating the use of skateboards. All of the interest in the rules of the road made us decide to continue our discussion of state and local traffic laws.

In 1921, North Carolina’s General Assembly created the state highway system as a result of pressure to modernize the state’s existing “haphazard system of dirt and gravel roads.” The North Carolina Department of Transportation has primary responsibility for control and management of the nearly 103,000 miles of public roads in the state highway system. The state authorizes local governments to adopt ordinances regulating the use of streets and sidewalks, as long as those rules are not inconsistent with state law. This system of overlapping authority can lead to confusion about how roads and vehicles are regulated. Read the full story

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HOT lanes project starts next year; officials explain how they work

040813-Traffic-595Construction is expected to begin next year on the NC Department of Transportation’s $550 million project to widen I-77 from Charlotte to Mooresville with high-occupancy toll lanes, or HOT lanes. At a meeting in Statesville last Friday, Sept. 27, NCDOT officials said there are still misconceptions about how the toll lanes will work and about the goal of the project – to guarantee a reliable ride to and from Charlotte a rush hour. (via Statesville Record & Landmark) Read the full story

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Posted in Cornelius, Davidson, Exit 28 area, Huntersville, Living with Growth, Mooresville, Planning & Development, Public works, Traffic alerts, TransportationComments Off

Planning board seeks ideas as it updates Land Use Plan

How should Cornelius develop in the future? That’s the question before the Cornelius Planning Board as it considers updates to the town’s Land Use Plan. The board  meets Monday, Sept. 30 at 5:30pm for the third in a series of discussions about the plan, and they’re inviting residents to offer their opinions.  Read the full story

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New attraction in the works: Sea Life at Concord Mills

Groundbreaking need a gang, from left: Ray Soporowski, VP/General Manager, Concord Mills; James Paulding, Head of Openings- North America, Merlin Entertainments Group; Carroll Gray, CEO, Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce; Donna Carpenter, President/CEO, Cabarrus County Convention & Visitors Bureau; Mayor J. Scott Padgett, City of Concord; Elizabeth Poole, Chair, Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners.

Groundbreaking need a gang, from left: Ray Soporowski, VP/General Manager, Concord Mills; James Paulding, Head of Openings- North America, Merlin Entertainments Group; Carroll Gray, CEO, Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce; Donna Carpenter, President/CEO, Cabarrus County Convention & Visitors Bureau; Mayor J. Scott Padgett, City of Concord; Elizabeth Poole, Chair, Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners.

CONCORD – Local officials and executives from London-based Merlin Entertainments Group broke ground at Concord Mills on Wednesday for the planned $10 million Sea Life Charlotte-Concord. The  36,000 square foot aquarium is expected to open in Spring 2014, with about 5,000 marine creatures on display.  Sea Life will be Merlin’s sixth aquarium around the U.S. Read the full story

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Board to consider new rules for breweries and brewpubs

special-buttons31aCornelius commissioners on Monday will hold a public hearing and possible vote on new rules that could make it easier to open breweries and brewpubs in town. Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools chief Heath Morrison also will make a presentation.    Read the full story

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