Representatives from the three Lake Norman-area towns gathered recently to talk about growth in that sector of Mecklenburg County. From left, Ryan McDaniels, executive director of Lake Norman Economic Development; Jamie Justice, Davidson town manager; Wayne Herron, Cornelius planning director; and Jack Simoneau, Huntersville planning director.
Representatives from the three Lake Norman-area towns gathered recently to talk about growth in that sector of Mecklenburg County. From left, Ryan McDaniels, executive director of Lake Norman Economic Development; Jamie Justice, Davidson town manager; Wayne Herron, Cornelius planning director; and Jack Simoneau, Huntersville planning director. Melinda Johnston
Representatives from the three Lake Norman-area towns gathered recently to talk about growth in that sector of Mecklenburg County. From left, Ryan McDaniels, executive director of Lake Norman Economic Development; Jamie Justice, Davidson town manager; Wayne Herron, Cornelius planning director; and Jack Simoneau, Huntersville planning director. Melinda Johnston

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