A rezone request for a 116-acre parcel between Dickinson and South Heart got a nod to go before the Stark County Commission, although Dickinson attorney Christina Wiskus said her clients are not sure exactly what will be developed on the land near Highways 10 and 116.
With signed letters in hand from residents who look unfavorably upon a potential crew camp development near Killdeer, the Dunn County Commission on Wednesday approved in a 4-1 vote a rezoning request to change 120 acres of rural preservation land to rural development.
Despite protests from residents, Stark County’s Planning and Zoning Board on Thursday approved a request to rezone 78 acres of land from agricultural to industrial near Belfield, which is planned for purchase to construct a training and employee housing unit for Missouri Basin Inc. Energy Services.
BELFIELD — The Belfield Planning and Zoning Board unanimously denied a request Tuesday to rezone 10 acres of land from agricultural to commercial when it discovered that there would be no development on the land.
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