Central council OKs natural space district

By Greg Oliver
Courtesy The Journal

CENTRAL — Central Town Council recently approved final reading of a natural space district ordinance that resulted from the Lawton Road controversy in which 100 homes were proposed to be built on 48 acres.

An amendment to the ordinance, made by Councilwoman Paige Bowers, would have allowed a variation of standards if the natural zoning area created unusable land, but was defeated by council 4-3. Councilmembers Joe Moss, Ken Dill, Lynne O’Dell Chapman and Harry Holladay were in the majority who were opposed, while Mayor Mac Martin, Bowers and

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