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‘How do we control growth properly?’ — Columbus leaders consider land-use changes

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Columbus County’s 2012 Comprehensive Land Use Plan shows nonbinding land use designations meant to steer decision making. The black and purple areas are within municipal control. The remainder of the county is largely conservation (green), agricultural/rural area (tan) and residential/agriculture (the striped area between U.S. 701 and N.C. 410).

The need for the county to require a special-use permit process for major subdivisions and all multi-family projects was among the points generally agreed upon by the county commissioners and planning board during a workshop July 12.

Neither board took any formal actions during or after the 100-minute discussion geared toward

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