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CHARLESTON, S.C. — Months after concerns arose near High Rock Lake, Rowan County commissioners are inching closer to passing new regulations for and lifting a moratorium on new campgrounds.
The new regulations are wide-ranging, covering everything from sewage disposal to street addresses in campgrounds. Commissioners Chairman Greg Edds says the new rules are intended to bring up to date county rules that have not been revised in 20 years.
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