Drivers on flooded roads in Carolina Beach won’t be fined just yet

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A design for a potential sign warning drivers not to go down flooded roads. (Photo: Matt Bennett/WWAY)

CAROLINA BEACH, NC (WWAY) — At a Carolina Beach Town Council meeting Tuesday night, council postponed a vote on fines for driving on flooded roads.

Dale Walters, chairman of the town’s Canal Drive Flooding Advisory Committee, says the proposed ordinance needs some tweaking.

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Walters says driving on roads flooded with salt water can create wakes, causing erosion and potentially damaging homes.

Councilwoman Leann Pierce asked Walters to evaluate whether the proposed $500 fine is reasonable compared to other fines in the town.

They will continue discussing the ordinance at a workshop.




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