Troubled water: Many worry Lake Jeanette sale may lead to a change of scenery (NC)

Cone Mills built Lake Jeanette in 1942 to supply water to its textile mills, but in the past 30 years the waterway has come to offer much more to the hundreds of people who live around its shores.  The lake still supplies some water to International Textile Group’s Cone Denim plant on North Church Street, but now it serves mostly as a scenic backdrop to the tranquil neighborhoods that have been developed there.  Now, some of those residents are wondering how much that will change if a proposed sale of the waterway goes through later this month.   Read the article…………….

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