A group of concerned Wake County residents has asked county officials to look into low-impact development for future projects that could impact Falls Lake (above), the primary source of Raleigh’s drinking water.
A group of concerned Wake County residents has asked county officials to look into low-impact development for future projects that could impact Falls Lake (above), the primary source of Raleigh’s drinking water. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE ART
A group of concerned Wake County residents has asked county officials to look into low-impact development for future projects that could impact Falls Lake (above), the primary source of Raleigh’s drinking water. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE ART

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