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Country Crossings Residents Still Oppose Hubbard’s Updated CUP

By Joe Leicht The Columbia City Council got its first look at Southern Illinois Development Corp.’s proposed 143-lot, residential community-unit plan (CUP) located just north of Country Crossings at its Feb. 18 meeting. For County Crossings residents, it was at least the second time they’ve seen the plan and despite the fact that developer Marty……

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Country Crossings Residents Still Oppose Hubbard’s Updated CUP

By Joe Leicht The Columbia City Council got its first look at Southern Illinois Development Corp.'s proposed 143-lot, residential community-unit...