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The Fayetteville Board of Mayor and Aldermen have scheduled two public hearings for their September meeting – one of those will focus on a de-annexation on Providence Road and the other on a proposed ordinance relating to solar panels.
The de-annexation consists of 1.53 acres of property, where a cemetery is situated, owned by Rocky Drake. The site adjoins the joint U.S. 64 industrial park, which it was once a part of until it was sold to Drake by IDB in 2007. City officials have noted that the property was inadvertently left off the city’s tax rolls, costing the city $13 a year since its annexation when the park was established.
The ordinance, also the focus of a public hearing in September, comprises regulations for the installation of rooftop and ground-mounted solar panels.