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Lancaster County Council gave the cluster development proposal second reading Monday, Dec. 9, after seeing evidence that such closely spaced developments have burned at rates that full-time fire departments in Horry County were very hard pressed to control.
An additional demonstration of the difficulty that emergency vehicles will have in negotiating the narrow streets with cars parked in them was provided by Councilman Larry Honeycutt. Street parking is necessary in such developments because the front yards are so small that only one or two cars can be parked on the property.
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