Dunedin postpones moratorium talks
By Times Staff Writer
Published July 22, 2005
DUNEDIN - Commissioners postponed a discussion on a temporary building moratorium Thursday to give City Attorney John Hubbard more time to refine and advertise the proposal.
The moratorium would ban new developments that are over a certain height, and it would last about six months.
Commissioners will take up the issue at their Aug. 4 meeting.
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