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An analysis of new U.S. census data shows trends that can either be encouraging or alarming for citizens of York County. Planned growth is good for an economy that is still struggling to recover from a deep recession. Runaway growth that happens when an area reaches a tipping point can overwhelm the infrastructure and the environment of a county which has enjoyed an enjoyable and rewarding quality of life in the past.
We commend Clover School Board and support them for planning ahead.
Concerned parents in the Forest Oaks neighborhood of Lake Wylie reported a suspicious man posing as a Lake Wylie Pilot reporter Thursday taking photos of their children.
Due to changes in the Lake Wylie Pilot circulation database and mailing processes, we are no longer going to be distributing free copies to some residents who live in the east York area effective Tuesday, March 24. About 500 customers who live along R010, which includes the Campbell Road area, can continue receiving the Pilot by calling 877-421-6397 to subscribe. An annual subscription costs $21.
You may have noticed this week and last that the Lake Wylie Pilot looks a bit different.
Hey Lake Wylie residents, do you care about the future of our area? Do you want to see more green space? More uniform building schemes? More fire, police and other safety service protections? More attention paid to the quality and quantity of water in our lake?
The Catawba-Wateree Drought Management Advisory Group last week advised its members to continue strictly limiting outdoor water uses to no more than one day a week.