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Proposed 150-Lot Residential Development Does Not Get Initial Plan Commission Approval

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Columbia City Hall's council chamber was standing room only for Jan. 20's planning commission meeting, when city officials first glimpsed a plan for the proposed new subdivision.
Columbia City Hall's council chamber was standing room only for Jan. 20's planning commission meeting, when city officials first glimpsed a plan for the proposed new subdivision.

By Joe Leicht About 100 residents of the Country Crossings subdivision and vicinity were packed like sardines into the Columbia City Council chambers on Jan. 20 to learn what would happen when city officials first glimpsed a plan to create a new residential subdivision. The overwhelming majority of them went home happy when the Columbia …

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