Wed Sep 23, 2020

Leaders talk across state lines about flooding

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A Military vehicle drive along N.C. 130 near Old Dock following Hurricane Florence. Staff file photo by Justin Smith

Officials from both sides of the state line agreed in principle Tuesday to a plan to work together to alleviate flooding along the Waccamaw River.

“Watersheds don’t recognize state lines,” said Edward Davis of the Columbus Soil and Water Office.

Tuesday’s gathering in Tabor City brought local and

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