Voters approved $2 billion Connect NC bond referendum

- North Carolina voters approved the $2 billion Connect NC bond referendum Tuesday.

This will allow the NC National Guard to move forward with a $70 million infrastructure plan, involving three sites across the state, according to the NC National Guard.

A NCNG Regional Readiness Center will be built in McLeansville, Morganton and North WIlkesboro.

"We are honored to be included in the bond and be considered a top priority," said Maj. Gen. Greg Lusk, the Adjutant General of North Carolina. "These funds will let us put three hundred thousand square feet of building back into our inventory and allows us to begin our long-term infrastructure modernization plan."

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