Meanwhile, the county planning commission begins working on repeal.
By Patrick Smith
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at 7:00 am (Updated: January 29, 11:17 am)
INDEPENDENCE — Grayson supervisors’ effort to put the future of zoning before county voters now has a sponsor in the General Assembly.
A three-member majority of Grayson County supervisors voted Jan. 9 to direct county staff to pursue a special referendum vote on the issue of repealing the county’s zoning ordinance, which requires General Assembly approval.
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