By JEFFREY COLLINS
LAKE WYLIE, SC (AP) -- A modern survey of the state line between North Carolina and South Carolina has sent 93 property owners into another state.
The border was first drawn in the 1700s, but wasn't surveyed again until now. The new line was drawn with computers and GPS systems, narrowing it down to the centimeter.
The old border was off by several hundred feet in some areas.
The owner of a Lake Wylie store says he will likely have to close because he is now in North Carolina, where gas is 30 cents more a gallon and he can't sell fireworks.
For property owners, most of them around Charlotte, it will be a bureaucratic nightmare of changing schools, phone numbers, driver licenses and even the lawmakers they call to complain about the problems.
Collins can be reached at http://twitter.com/JSCollinsAP
(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)