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Appellate Court Rules Against Sunset Overlook

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By Joe Leicht An appellate court ruled this week that the Sunset Overlook will have to follow the rules of C-1 business zoning. This includes no longer providing live music along with eliminating outdoor service of food and drink. Sunset Overlook, located along Bluff Road on the north end of Columbia, is owned by Pete …

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