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County commissioners overturn their LPA to increase zoning density

County commissioners last week went against the wishes of their appointed Land Planning Agency by approving a request to rezone a one-acre residential lot to allow two half-acre lots for rental trailers at the northwest corner of Mud Lake Road and CR 125. Read More »

Preliminary approval of changes to rules for recipients of SHIP grants

The Baker County Commission is revising a state-funded housing program for low-income residents to raise the caps on financial assistance, strengthen fraud-prevention procedures and clarify how liens are paid off when applicants die prematurely. Read More »

Cedar Creek Bridge expected to open this week

Some loose ends involving a guardrail are the only thing standing in the way of the official opening of the new span over Cedar Creek on CR 127 north of Sanderson by the end of this week, just over two years to the day that the aging narrow span was washed out during Tropical Storm Debby. Read More »

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