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Public Invited to See Table Rock Lake Master Plan

BRANSON, Mo. -- The public was invited to see the new master plan of Table Rock Lake during a meeting with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Friday.
BRANSON, Mo. -- The public was invited to see the new master plan of Table Rock Lake during a meeting with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Friday.

The plan determines what "can and can not" be done on the federal property in and around the lake.

The new system labels the property as environmentally sensitive, low density, and high density.

One property owner on Table Rock Lake has been affected because some of his land has been changed to "environmentally sensitive."

"Can't do anything with it when it's environmentally sensitive,” says Farrell Pinkley. “The 200 and some acres I have and 2 mile along the lake shore is pretty much controlled by the government."

The zoning will help maintain water quality and is balance between economic development and environmentally friendliness.

The labels also determine the future of the land, but the president of Tri-Lakes Realtors says they want to make sure the plan isn't hurting property value.

Permits for vegetation and boating docks will not be taken away.

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