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Mayor M. Teal Pomeroy negotiated the revision of lot sizes in a development as a trade-off, so the developer is not required to put in sidewalks, curbs and gutters.
The Nov. 13 negotiation eventually resulted in a 4-0 vote of approval for a variance, even though the Chiefland Planning Board had recommended denial of the variance.
City Commissioner J. Rollin Hudson Jr. did not discuss the variance nor did he vote on it, because he is a principle owner of the property in question, according to records, which also show Hudson Foods Inc. as the owner.
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