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Press Photo by Ashley Martin Stark County Commission Chairman Duane "Bucky" Wolf, left, talks with County Commissioner Ken Zander about a proposed railroad shipping facility at the county courthouse in Dickinson on Tuesday morning.

County OKs zoning change for tracks

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A railroad plan costing about $6 million is on track to ship crude oil out of Stark County after Stark County commissioners approved the project during their monthly meeting Tuesday.

Commissioners unanimously voted to rezone 310 acres west of Dickinson from agricultural to industrial to allow construction of a rail spur.

However, the change is subject to a road agreement and completion of required permits.

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