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March 30, 2013

Landowner wants out of city limits

Ada — ADA — City businessman and school teacher Nathan Dial is seeking to have his property fronting Stonecipher Boulevard detached from Ada's city limits.

Dial filed a petition with Ada City Clerk’s office on March 25 requesting “Detachment from the Corporate Limits of the City of Ada.”

The legal notice of the petition appeared in the Wednesday edition of The Ada News on page 15.

Seminole attorney Jack Cadenhead, who is representing Dial in his efforts to build an auto/bus repair shop on the property, said they have the support of what they believe are three-fourths of the residents in the designated area based upon petition signatures.

See more of this story in Sunday's edition.

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