About 40 people showed up at the Simpsonville City Commission Tuesday to watch the panel unanimously and without comment approve an ordinance annexing 42 acres at the I-64 interchange into the city.
The plan adds to the Simpsonville city limits about 35 acres of the interstate itself and surrounding land inside the cloverleafs as well as about 7 acres of land owned by Redline Properties, LLC. That 7 acres was the reason residents were at the meeting Tuesday night and most were not happy about the city's annexation.
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