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July 10, 2013 8:09 PM

Richland’s related land-use zoning puts pressure on Washington

The county has a five-year option on two tracts off Pineview Road, costing a total of $5.55 million, that it already has begun showing to industrial recruits considering a move to the Columbia area, said Nelson Lindsay, Richland County economic development director.

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