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Landowners to county: No more zoning restrictions
About 50 that live near airport share concerns about proposed overlay
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Citizens who own property near the Statesboro-Bulloch County Airport told county officials Tuesday they do not want more zoning restrictions placed on their land. Bulloch County Manager Tom Couch, Commissioners Carolyn Etheridge, Roy Thompson and Walter Gibson, and other county officials met with about 50 residents and landowners at the airport terminal Tuesday night to discuss and get input regarding a proposed airport overlay ordinance, which would further restrict property around the airport. But after talking a bit about the proposed ordinance and answering questions, Couch asked for a show of hands from people who felt the proposal could be tweaked.
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