OK, Southern Pines, the new trees on Broad Street look great, but when are you going to replace the trees on Brucewood Road that you cut down over a year ago?

And Aberdeen, you do not get off easy. How about replacing the trees on 15-501 between Pinehurst Avenue and U.S. 1 that you cut down over a year ago?

The cut-throughs and left turns on Midland Road and U.S. 1 are being eliminated for safety reasons. Yet a left turn was added on Morganton Road for the Lowes shopping area that is less than 500 feet from a much safer option at the traffic light at Brucewood Road.

And now it appears that another

left turn is being added on Morganton Road that again is less than 500 feet from the light for the Morganton North development.

George Kress, Southern Pines

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