Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at 4:00 am (Updated: August 31, 4:08 am)
MOUNT WASHINGTON - An ordinance to rezone nearly 10 acres of property under development at the corner of Armstrong Lane and Highway 44 was again stalled during Monday’s regular meeting of the Mount Washington City Council.
The council held a public hearing to discuss the ordinance, which would rezone the property sitting in front of the Keystone Cinema property currently under construction, from B-1 Highway Business to B-2 Central Business.
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