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Board sends plat plan back

February 19, 2014

Instead of approving or denying a development company’s plans to build a 47-unit subdivision along U.S....

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SureThing

Feb-19-14 9:00 PM

@takkak Northrop is a last name. Unfortunly, I don't think the public gets to vote either...

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takkak

Feb-19-14 3:15 PM

Northrop Acres? Really? What's next, Taco Bell Estates?

Vote NO

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PoeticJustice16

Feb-19-14 2:44 PM

Another MDN article full of grammatical errors and other basic writing mistakes.

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Legend

Feb-19-14 10:09 AM

They will need a superstore like Wall-Mart to avoid crossing the entire city for tp or vegetable oil. Anywhere E. or W. of hwy 83 and along the bypas

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disgusted

Feb-19-14 9:20 AM

I am not sure what I am missing, but the owner of the land who has complied with every zoning ordinance should not be run off his land. If Livingston and others wanted more NIMBY, he/they should have bought the land.

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