North Carolina lawmakers are considering legislation that would take away the 50-foot buffer along the Catawba River and its lakes. If it pases, property owners could build or disturb ground right up to the water’s edge.
North Carolina lawmakers are considering legislation that would take away the 50-foot buffer along the Catawba River and its lakes. If it pases, property owners could build or disturb ground right up to the water’s edge. STEPHANIE MARKS MARTELL Fort Mill Times file photo
North Carolina lawmakers are considering legislation that would take away the 50-foot buffer along the Catawba River and its lakes. If it pases, property owners could build or disturb ground right up to the water’s edge. STEPHANIE MARKS MARTELL Fort Mill Times file photo

It’s designed to keep water upstream of Lake Wylie clean. It soon could be gone.

April 25, 2017 04:36 PM

UPDATED April 27, 2017 07:36 AM

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