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February 19, 2013

City annexes land along Stonecipher Boulevard

Ada —  

     The fight over Nathan Dial’s property continued Tuesday, when the Ada City Council voted to annex his land into the city.

     Voting 5-0,  the council approved a request to annex four parcels of land along Stonecipher Boulevard — including Dial’s property — into the city limits. All four tracts will be zoned as A-2 agricultural suburban districts.

     The vote reversed the Pontotoc County Commission’s decision from early February, when the county approved Dial’s request to rezone 2.45 acres of his property from a suburban to a commercial district.

     See Thursday’s edition of the Ada News for the full story.

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