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No more 'finger-pointing'? Airport pact accelerates action on extreme erosion impacting neighbors


While an apparent deal this week to keep Smith Reynolds Airport inside the Winston-Salem city limits involved questions about who would pay and receive millions of dollars in future taxes, neighbors in a modest neighborhood near the county-run facility could be among the biggest winners.


Frustrated residents living along Brushy Fork Creek who have blamed a 250-acre timber-clearing project at the airport in 2015 for severe erosion that has toppled trees, taken out fences, damaged outbuildings and opened sinkholes in yards may see relief sooner than expected as a result of the pact.







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