Mecklenburg County Commissioner Jim Puckett talks to more than four dozen Cornelius residents – most living in the vicinity of Ramsey Creek Park – during a public meeting on problems at the park’s recently-opened swim beach.
Mecklenburg County Commissioner Jim Puckett talks to more than four dozen Cornelius residents – most living in the vicinity of Ramsey Creek Park – during a public meeting on problems at the park’s recently-opened swim beach. Bill Kiser
Mecklenburg County Commissioner Jim Puckett talks to more than four dozen Cornelius residents – most living in the vicinity of Ramsey Creek Park – during a public meeting on problems at the park’s recently-opened swim beach. Bill Kiser

Officials: Changes at Ramsey Creek Park beach are a step in right direction

June 17, 2016 01:34 PM

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