The North Carolina Department of Transportation is inviting the public to a walk-in public meeting to receive an update on projects underway in the Mooresville area. The meeting will be held on December 16 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Charles Mack Citizen Center, 215 N. Main St., Mooresville, in the Merchant-Cedars Hall. Face coverings will be required.
State Senator Vickie Sawyer, in a press release, said NCDOT Division Engineer Mark Stafford and other NCDOT staff will host the meeting. She said she had requested the meeting as a way to engage with NCDOT on the details and status of the project.
“As a resident of Mooresville who lives and works near NC 150, I sympathize with constituents who contact my office daily to express their frustrations with the delays and disruption of this project. Our community deserves to hear directly from NCDOT staff on a realistic timeline for the project and why delays have occurred in the past. As the elected state senator representing this region, I will continue to engage with NCDOT staff to ensure that our community is not kept up to date with updates to this project and I commit to keep this project on track as currently planned, ”she said.
A brief formal presentation will be given at 6.30 p.m. The public will then be invited to tour the stations of each major project for the remainder of the evening where they can receive specific information about the project, consult project plans, ask questions. and provide feedback to NCDOT. members of the project team.