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Press Photo by Lisa Call Dickinson Attorney Chuck Peterson, left, who represents Jeremy Davis, right, a prospective buyer of a run-down home Charbonneau Car Center wants to turn into a parking lot, discusses Davis' funding of the purchase during a Planning and Zoning Commission meeting at City Hall, Wednesday morning.

Residents speak out against parking lot, rezoning

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A parking lot could soon take the place of a 1902 home near downtown Dickinson and multiple housing developments are one step closer to sprouting up after the Planning and Zoning Commission granted several recommendations during a meeting at City Hall, Wednesday morning.

The recommendations will now go before the City Commission for final approval.

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