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Economic Development News from Currituck County

Economic Development Forecast: Clear and Sunny April 2017 Spring has arrived in Currituck County. But this year, in addition to the warmer weather and longer days, the traditional season of growth includes some exciting changes for our Economic Development Department. In the coming weeks, we look forward to announcing our new Economic Development Director. And I can tell you that the person who steps into the role will "hit the ground running" as Currituck County moves forward with several big projects including the next phase of planning for the Moyock mega-site. You can stay connected to the latest news through our social media channels and by following our blogs at As always, I thank you for your continued support of Currituck County Economic Development and your interest in staying informed about our efforts to attract new business and help established businesses to grow and prosper in Currituck County. Sincerely, Dan Scanlon, County Manager

New waterpark near Outer Banks could be the largest in the nation

An 80-acre water park with a slide taller than the local pine trees is set to open next year in southern Currituck County near the Outer Banks. The $45 million project will go up near two golf courses on U.S. 158 about two miles north of the Wright Memorial Bridge. The park is expected to attract 4,500 people a day during tourist season and will include a big wave pool, water slides, a lazy river, an adventure pond and restaurants, among other attractions. “The Outer Banks vacation area has such a rich history with room to grow the recreational leisure market,” Kenneth Ellis, an owner of OBX Waterpark Adventure, LLC, said in a news release. Read more on the Virginian Pilot

A seal sunbathing on North Carolina’s Outer Banks!

A seal sunbathing on North Carolina’s Outer Banks and enjoying unseasonably warm February weather has become an Internet star. Video of the lounging seal pup was captured Saturday by Kitty Hawk-based photographer Cory Godwin, and had garnered more than 311,000 views on Godwin’s production Facebook page by Wednesday. Seals, especially young ones, typically start showing up on North Carolina beaches in January to snag some fish before heading back north to New England and Canada in spring. They’re mostly pups that can’t yet compete with adults in their home waters up north, so they head south to forage for fish, Karen Clark, program director of the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education in Corolla, said last year. The center is operated by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. Read more here:

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