HIGH ROCK LAKE LEVELS, BRIDGE CLEARANCES & RAMP DEPTHS
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County in recovery after strong storms on Thursday
Water’s Edge Dock and Grill owners hope to bring new life to High Rock Lake scene
By Liz Moomey
HIGH ROCK LAKE — Downtown restaurant owners Mikey Wetzel and Todd Littleton both live out on the lake and want to make it a destination for others.
The duo has purchased the former High Rock Boat & Ski Club, at 257 Boat Club Lane, and are in the middle of renovating it into what will be known as Water’s Edge Dock and Grill. The pair say they got an opportunity last year they couldn't turn down.
Will DOT replace St. Matthews Church Road at High Rock Lake?
Published 12:01 am Monday, February 10, 2020
St. Matthews Church Road’s one-lane setup over High Rock Lake will remain unchanged until it’s deemed a high-enough priority in a state ranking system for construction funding, according to N.C. Department of Transportation staff.
So far, that funding has been elusive.
Five years ago, DOT closed the road to vehicle traffic because “the foundation of the 85-year-old causeway has slowly eroded, creating a situation where the road can no longer support the vehicles that travel it every day,” Division 9 Engineer Pat Ivey said in 2014. Though, it later re-opened the road under a temporary setup that narrowed two lanes to one and prohibited commercial vehicles.
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