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Laurel Hill City Council member among those trying to ‘de-annex’ from city

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The 29 lots total more than 176 acres of land and includes fewer than 345 people, the draft ordinance said.
Residents along Skyline Drive, which is on the northeast side of Laurel Hill, are among those wanting to “de-annex” from the city. Photo by Wendy Victora Rudman


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