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Nags Head holds off on stormwater adoption, approves funding for new firetruck

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Nags Head commissioners considered the adoption of LID (low impact development) and Stormwater Reference Manual, and the amendment of the Recommended Standard Details Manual, but opted to take no action.

The delay comes from community and board concern that the current stormwater regulations are unclear and while planning director Michael Zehner said the board could adopt the manual and amendments and continue the conversation about regulations, commissioners were hesitant to move forward.

At a June 16 meeting, town officials met with homebuilders to discuss

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