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The mood was optimistic at the May 10 Kill Devil Hills Board of Commissioners meeting as the group brainstormed for the future and spontaneously commended town employees.
Assistant planning director Cameron Ray shared the ideas of the West-side Recreation Group for expanded facilities and services on the 44-acre Baum Tract. “It’s always great to bring in so much community input when it comes to big opportunities like this,” said Mayor Ben Sproul.
Based on suggestions from surveys from over 400 residents, the group madeAdd to favorites
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