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January 14, 2013

Pontotoc County Commission hit with order halting item over rezoning

Ada —

Pontotoc County District Court Judge Tom Landrith put the brakes on a rezoning request county commissioners planned to take up during their Monday meeting. The request concerns rezoning of property located on Stonecipher Boulevard.

A temporary restraining order was issued by Judge Landrith after attorneys for LegalShield sought the order Friday. Commissioners posted the agenda for their Monday meeting Friday at 9 a.m.

Monday’s commission agenda called for the panel to discuss and possibly take action on an application for rezoning requested by Nathan Dial, owner of the property potentially to be rezoned, and his Seminole attorney Jack Cadenhead.

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