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Carol Tingley

Deputy Director

NC Division of Parks

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NC Division of Parks

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Employment History

Chief of Planning and Natural Resources, N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation

NC DENR


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www.greenway.org

Carol Tingley, Acting Director of NC Division of Parks & Recreation, then took over to talk about the available grants and funding for trail development through existing state programs.


islandgazette.net

"The results of the survey will allow the state to balance the outdoor recreation demands of its people with its mission to protect and restore natural resources," said Carol Tingley, acting director for the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation.


www.news-record.com

The N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation needs more property in northern Rockingham before starting the other major branch of the park in that area, said Carol Tingley, the agency's deputy director.
"It's going to take a few years for the land acquisition that we need," Tingley said. "It would be too much to say that we want to buy all we'll ever have there before starting. But it really is important to have what we need to construct (park facilities)." Getting the land is complicated by the fact that the state park system does not condemn land, meaning it works only with willing sellers at the time of their choosing, Tingley said. Some owners of desirable property in northern Rockingham are willing to sell, she said, but the current recession has left park officials with little money for new land. But developing the park's next major phase will take more land and money than state park officials have in hand, Tingley and other state park officials say.


www.fhbi.org [cached]

Carol Tingley, acting director of the state Division of Parks and Recreation, said Thursday that the state is "very pleased that the settlement has been signed and look forward to eventually taking title" to the property.
"We still have to finishing raising the money, and there are some other things that must be done, but this was a major milestone," she added.


www.trianglegreenprint.org [cached]

From left to right: Bill Ross, Secretary of N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Marc deBree, Senior Conservation Planner, NCDENR, Carol Tingley, Chief of Planning and Natural Resources, N.C. Division of Parks & Recreation in NCDENR, and Ben Hitchings, Senior Planner, Triangle J Council of Governments, view NCAPA award for the Triangle GreenPrint Project.


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