Sunday, December 12, 2010 at 8:00 am (Updated: December 12, 8:59 am)
Two proposed county ordinances have David McKinney worried about the future of development in the county.
McKinney, an Indian Land resident and former owner of Lancaster Dodge Chrysler Jeep Inc., became concerned after seeing the two ordinances on council’s recent agendas. The ordinances include one that would suspend rezoning requests in the Panhandle and another to reduce the size of planned development districts throughout the whole county.
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