Waccamaw River Blue Trail Public Input Sessions Scheduled
Community members...we need you to provide feedback on an initiative to develop a paddle trail on the Waccamaw River in North Carolina. The Waccamaw River Blue Trail project in North Carolina is an expansion of an existing effort in South Carolina. Brunswick County and Columbus County residents in particular are invited to join North Carolina stakeholders at one or more of four public meetings in late January/early February. The purpose of these meetings is to describe the proposed project and get feedback from citizens.
In Columbus County, public meetings will be held in the evenings from 7:00-8:00pm Thursday, January 20th at Lake Waccamaw State Park and Tuesday, January 25th at Old Dock Community Center.
In Brunswick County, public meetings will be held in the evenings from 7:00-8:00pm Thursday, January 27th at the Waccamaw Community Center (Ash, NC) and Tuesday, February 1st at the Wild Life Bait & Tackle (Pireway, NC).
This project is in the beginning stages and community feedback is greatly appreciated. There will also be an opportunity for questions. click here for the informational flyer. If you would like to find out more about this project, please contact Jennifer Holcomb at 910-640-2818 or call Brunswick County Parks and Recreation at 910-253-2670.
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