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Property owner Jim Hannan, center, wife, Elaine, and daughter, Deana Lewis, talk with Telics representative Lance Laliberte during a town meeting on the 10th Street Connector project on Thursday evening.
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Property owner Jim Hannan, center, wife, Elaine, and daughter, Deana Lewis, talk with Telics representative Lance Laliberte during a town meeting on the 10th Street Connector project on Thursday evening.

Meeting eases connector worries

By Wesley Brown

The Daily Reflector

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Deana Lewis and her parents, Jim and Elaine Hannan, felt at ease on Thursday when they left a small group meeting at the Greenville Public Works Department held to bring the public up to speed on the 10th Street Connector.

Although the family will lose a Dickinson Avenue commercial warehouse for the construction of a four-lane highway between East Carolina University and Vidant Medical Center, they now know when it will happen and how much they may receive for the property.


Representatives from TELICS, the subcontractor helping the N.C. Department of Transportation negotiate right-of-way settlements for the highway project, met with close to 40 people like the Hannans.

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