Jocassee shoreline plan

February 15, 2013
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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved Duke Energy’s plan to manage the Lake Jocassee shoreline. Twenty-four pages long, an order to modify and approve was accepted by the FERC February 4. A spokeswoman for Duke, Lisa Hoffman, predicts little change to the way the expansive body of water above Lake Keowee will be managed in the future. The plan provides, “Based on the shoreline management classification identified by Duke in the proposed SMP, existing residential use of Lake Jocassee’s shoreline occupies 2 miles or 2.2 percent of the shoreline, and the SMP would allow future residential use on an additional 6.4 miles or 7 percent of shoreline….”

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