High-hazard dam in Fayetteville (NC) neighborhood needs $250,000 in repairs

A troubled dam in a Fayetteville neighborhood is in need of a quarter-million dollar repair.  And while many around the banks of the water it holds back may not realize it could soon be dry, the Gables Drive Dam’s owners – a homeowners association and the county’s former school superintendent – remain without a solution to fix it.    Read the article…………


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