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At its Dec. 18 meeting, Triple S Planning and Zoning Commission will discuss, and possibly vote on, an amendment that would change landscape and buffer requirements adopted two years ago.
The amendment under consideration would reduce the number of plantings a builder or developer would have to put in at the edges of property lines, said Triple S Executive Director Ryan Libke.
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