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Currituck Board of Commissioners approves Flora Farm development project

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By Summer Stevens

After many hours of public hearings and deliberations, the Currituck County Board of Commissioners approved the conditional rezoning request of Flora Farm from agricultural to mixed commercial residential, which will allow for a subdivision with 277 single-family dwelling lots, as well as neighborhood units and amenities such as a dog park, walking path, pool and gazebo. Forty-one percent of the proposed plan will be open space.

The Technical Review Committee (TRC) had concerns with the amendment, specifically in the realm of

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