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RICHMOND — With no testimony offered before a Virginia Senate committee and no unanimous support from county supervisors, a bill was killed on Tuesday that would have put Grayson’s zoning ordinance to a popular vote.
The Grayson Board of Supervisors is divided on whether to get rid of zoning, which guides land use and development. It has split 3-2, with the majority faction opposed to zoning.
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