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County Council will take a vote Monday night on a new zoning district designed to protect an endangered mussel.
County officials have been meeting with developers and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to work on an overlay zoning district to protect the Carolina heelsplitter. The proposed overlay district would only affect property in the Six Mile Creek basin in Indian Land.
A small number of heelsplitters were found in the creek in early 2006. Since then, officials have been grappling with how to deal with the federally protected species in a high-growth area.
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