Ripple effect: Lake Jeanette’s sale could change the view for some residents (NC)

The majority of homeowners who live on or near Lake Jeanette say they are opposed to new boat docks along the lake’s edge, but the waterway’s prospective owners intend to build them anyway.  Cone Mills built Lake Jeanette in 1942 to supply water to its textile mills, but in the past 30 years the lake has come to offer much more to the hundreds of people who live around its shores.  But their view — literally and figuratively — could be changing now that International Textile Group is trying to sell the property.  Starting with more docks around the lake.    Read the article………….


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