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Triple S Planning and Zoning will spend more time looking at possible amendments to the county's landscape and buffer requirements. The commission agreed Tuesday to hold another public hearing on the issue.
Developers and Shelby County Industrial and Development Foundation members convinced commissioners Tuesday to postpone action on the regulations. The critics did not offer specifics for wanting to delay the 14-page text amendment, which has been ongoing since October.
"Some of it is still so wrong," said developer Jerry Karem, of Karem Properties.
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