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Old 05-22-2015, 01:15 PM
 
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Growing, growing, growing ... sounds like the theme song to Rawhide.

Census: Fort Mill, Tega Cay, Indian Land are growing, growing, growing | The Herald

I did see this week, Lancaster County planners are considering a nine month rezonings moratorium for the Panhandle. It will not impact ongoing projects or new projects that have been approved. It would just put a pause on new rezoning applications.

Indian Land has 18,000 parcels of land rezoned or ready for development. Of those, about 15,000 are for single-family residential and the rest are multi-family. The Panhandle has Lancaster County growing at a higher rate than any county in South Carolina.

Moratorium on re-zonings proposed for Indian Land | The Herald
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