The water level around T-Bones On The Lake restaurant in Lake Wylie has receded so much it has caused a decline in business, its owner says. The deck at the restaurant is a popular place, but recent severe heat and drought conditions, coupled with low lake levels, have led to fewer people enjoying the view.
The water level around T-Bones On The Lake restaurant in Lake Wylie has receded so much it has caused a decline in business, its owner says. The deck at the restaurant is a popular place, but recent severe heat and drought conditions, coupled with low lake levels, have led to fewer people enjoying the view.
The water level around T-Bones On The Lake restaurant in Lake Wylie has receded so much it has caused a decline in business, its owner says. The deck at the restaurant is a popular place, but recent severe heat and drought conditions, coupled with low lake levels, have led to fewer people enjoying the view.

Industry tries to stay afloat with low lake levels

August 24, 2007 12:25 AM

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