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Lancaster County Council members likened proposed regulations on how to deal with an endangered mussel to living in a police state and extortion.
Council debated a resolution concerning the Carolina heelsplitter during its first meeting of the year Monday night.
The county is considering establishing a special zoning district called an overlay to protect the heelsplitter in the booming Indian Land area. About 7,800 acres of property is proposed for rezoning in the district.
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