A housing development in Tega Cay is shown above. At top right, horses graze at the Anne Close Springs Greenway near Fort Mill. According to a UNC Charlotte study released last week, more than one-fifth of York County's available land is expected be developed in the next 25 years. More than 30 years ago, only 2 percent of the available land was developed.
A housing development in Tega Cay is shown above. At top right, horses graze at the Anne Close Springs Greenway near Fort Mill. According to a UNC Charlotte study released last week, more than one-fifth of York County's available land is expected be developed in the next 25 years. More than 30 years ago, only 2 percent of the available land was developed.
A housing development in Tega Cay is shown above. At top right, horses graze at the Anne Close Springs Greenway near Fort Mill. According to a UNC Charlotte study released last week, more than one-fifth of York County's available land is expected be developed in the next 25 years. More than 30 years ago, only 2 percent of the available land was developed.

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