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Our View: We, too, are eager to see commercial and residential growth in Indian land. But the infrastructure (roads, schools, etc.) is not in place to handle it all.
County Council members did something unheard of Oct. 1. They did not approve a rezoning request for a housing development in Indian Land.
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