County Council gives first of three readings to proposed ordinance
By Chris Sardelli
Friday, November 19, 2010 at 7:00 am (Updated: November 19, 7:18 am)
A new ordinance may soon allow more planned development districts in the county.
County Council gave first reading on Nov. 9 to an ordinance to decrease the minimum acreage amount for PDDs from 150 to 2 acres. A PDD, such as Sun City Carolina Lakes in Indian Land, is a zoning designation that combines both residential and commercial properties.
Council tabled the ordinance in July as it wanted more information.
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