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The Simpsonville City Commission Tuesday took first reading on an ordinance that would annex into the city 42 acres at the interchange with I-64 and Buckcreek Road.
Nearly all of the land is owned by the state and includes the interstate itself, its median and the land within the cloverleafs. But just under 7 acres is owned by Redline Properties, which will seek to re-zone the land to allow for commercial development, according to the company's general manager, Mike Ford.
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