Lake Norman Publications

Voting has begin to determine level of I-77 grants

At the Hambright Road bridge, signs indicate the way to newly opened ramps accessing northbound and southbound I-77 Express Lanes.  /Lee Sullivan

Online voting has begun to determine the community service agency that will receive the top donation of $10,000 in the 2020 I-77 Drive for Community campaign conducted by I-77 Mobility Partners, the entity that operates the I-77 Express Lanes.

Lake Norman-area nonprofits are among those destined to receive contributions of at least $2,500, with the organization getting the most online votes awarded $10,000.

Agencies on this year’s list include Make An Impact Foundation in Davidson, Carolina Raptor Center in Huntersville, HealthReach Community Clinic in Mooresville, and the Charlotte Rescue Mission and the Greenville Community Combined Youth Organization in Charlotte.

Votes can be cast – one per day – at Voting will continue through Sept. 28.

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