County officials hear concerns about rights of way.
By Patrick Smith
Tuesday, July 23, 2013 at 12:52 pm
INDEPENDENCE — Supervisor David Sexton voiced concerns about Grayson County’s zoning ordinance during the board’s July 11 meeting.
Specifically, Sexton questioned article 4.6, which sets the required 40-foot right-of-way for a principal structure.
Sexton raised questions about the code due to comments and concerns he had received from citizens.
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