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‘Healthy conversation’ leads to compromise on Pace subdivision

| Ben Johnson
The commissioners passed without objection allowing developers to open-cut parts of Sterling Way and Bell Lane to provide proper drainage to a future 868-home subdivision, but not before accepting the head engineer’s changes.

 

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