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Tucker Lumber rezoning request approved

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By Don Worthington

For Tucker Lumber it came down to the kind of fence it could install.
Property Tucker recently purchased was zoned highway commercial. The 7-acre site bounded by Sycamore and Hunter streets was once a concrete plant.
Tucker Lumber wants to develop the property to streamline its production process. Tucker officials estimate the change could reduce downtown truck traffic between its different locations.
Tucker Lumber could have developed the property without a rezoning. Its new use is allowed under highway commercial zoning.


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