A retaining wall on the Lake Norman shoreline, center foreground, is the focus of a lawsuit involving the property owners who built the wall, Duke Energy and more than 50 dock owners.
A retaining wall on the Lake Norman shoreline, center foreground, is the focus of a lawsuit involving the property owners who built the wall, Duke Energy and more than 50 dock owners. Google Earth
A retaining wall on the Lake Norman shoreline, center foreground, is the focus of a lawsuit involving the property owners who built the wall, Duke Energy and more than 50 dock owners. Google Earth

They own the bottom of Lake Norman. Now they’re suing dock owners for damages.

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