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The need for B3 zoning revision in Indian Land is well established. The concern of established landowners that the owner of an adjacent property zoned B3 will suddenly decide to switch to a different, less desirable, but still allowed under current law use is real and immediate.
The column previously published here detailed changes to the B3 zoning classification in Indian Land that would remove most of this threat.
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