Decision to not restore lake not sitting well with residents (SC)

After thinking it over for about a year, the Homeowners Association sent a letter to the Department of Health and Environmental Control saying “HOA has decided not to restore our lake and instead return it to natural wetlands.” The decision comes after the lake’s dam broke during October’s flood causing the water to damage a portion of Wilson Boulevard.     Read the article……………


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