In this June 25 file photo, Lake Wylie residents Jean and Bob Hojnaski and Jim and Ann Pugh talk about the areas zoning map shown on an overhead projector during a meeting at Crowders Creek Elementary School. The meeting, held by York County Planning and Development services, is one over several planned to seek public input about Lake Wylie's future land-use plan.
In this June 25 file photo, Lake Wylie residents Jean and Bob Hojnaski and Jim and Ann Pugh talk about the areas zoning map shown on an overhead projector during a meeting at Crowders Creek Elementary School. The meeting, held by York County Planning and Development services, is one over several planned to seek public input about Lake Wylie's future land-use plan. CATHERINE MUCCIGROSSO news@lakewyliepilot.com
In this June 25 file photo, Lake Wylie residents Jean and Bob Hojnaski and Jim and Ann Pugh talk about the areas zoning map shown on an overhead projector during a meeting at Crowders Creek Elementary School. The meeting, held by York County Planning and Development services, is one over several planned to seek public input about Lake Wylie's future land-use plan. CATHERINE MUCCIGROSSO news@lakewyliepilot.com

No hearing on York County zoning changes as Lake Wylie’s role still up in the air

September 07, 2015 06:21 PM