Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: April 10, 6:00 am)
Imagine a landscape of abandoned gas stations dotting the sides of U.S. 521, complete with shuttered windows and layers of spray-paint graffiti.
That’s what Indian Land resident Pat Eudy is worried could eventually happen to the Panhandle if the county doesn’t revise its process for B-3 commercial zoning.
Eudy was one of several residents to speak out at Lancaster County Council’s meeting Monday, April 8.
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