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Planners host four hearings

SoVaNow.com / July 26, 2010
Halifax County Planners will meet tomorrow evening at 7 p.m. in the second floor meeting room of the Mary Bethune Complex in Halifax with four public hearings on their agenda.

Commissioners will entertain public comment on four applications for conditional use permits, all submitted by Clear Signal Towers, LLC for 300 foot telecommunications towers along U.S. 501.

Three of the four sites on which the towers are requested lie in ED#1 with the first being on the north side of Childrey Church Road, about one-half mile east of its intersection with L. P. Bailey Highway. The second site lies on the south side of Volens Road, about two-tenths mile east of its intersection with L. P. Bailey Highway and the third site is on the east side of Millstone Church Road, about four-tenths mile north of its intersection with L.P. Bailey Highway.

The fourth site lies in ED#4 on the south side of Bessie Marion Trail about two-tenths mile west of its intersection with Murphy Grove Road.

Following the public hearings, Planners will make a recommendation on the requests to County Supervisors at their regular monthly meeting on August 2.

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