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INDEPENDENCE — Local fire departments, rescue squads and even individuals can now hold various recreational activities in Grayson County, with a special use permit.
The Grayson Board of Supervisors held a public hearing during its December meeting to take comments on a proposed change to the zoning ordinance to allow various recreation activities, including lawn mower races.
During its meeting Jan. 8, the board unanimously approved changing the ordinance to include the “rural commercial recreational uses.”
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