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Neighbors say county should have told them about proposed subdivision

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Dianne Pait, a member of the Antioch community, shows Board Chair Ricky Bullard, sitting, and Commissioner Giles “Buddy” Byrd, standing, pictures of trash accumulated by a neighboring mobile home during a commissioners’ meeting in June. Also pictured is Commissioner Jerome McMillian. Staff photo by Thomas Sherrill

Antioch residents saying they were caught off guard by a proposed 48-lot mobile home subdivision proposed for their community packed the Columbus County Board of Commissioners meeting Monday to oppose the project. Commissioners won’t vote on the matter until next month, but they agreed that county government should notify

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